#9. Kids Need Tutoring. Few Kids Get Tutoring. Opportunity Culture Models Can Help. 

MTRT Macey Williams (right) and RA Joy Mosley (background, left) pull small math groups at Lucama Elementary School in Wilson County, N.C.

A recent report from the National Center for Education Statistics shows that high-dosage tutoring reaches only about one in 10 students—despite the national push for it. But if schools build innovative staffing models such as Opportunity Culture models, small-group tutoring can happen routinely, during the school day. Schools should think now about using their Covid funding for planning and implementation, to create a sustainable, long-lasting tutoring culture. Listen to (or read) this post to learn more.

Kids Need Tutoring. Few Kids Get Tutoring. Opportunity Culture Models Can Help. 

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