Illinois devoted $25 million in federal COVID funding to a tutoring program. How has it worked so far?
Melissa Sago is the principal at Lincoln-Douglas Elementary School in Freeport. She remembers looking at student academic data last fall and seeing her students -- the majorityof whom are low-income -- struggling. ...Read More →
(via The White House) The OECD released international testing data from the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA). The PISA measures 15-year-olds’ performance in math, science, and reading worldwide every three ...Read More →
Tutoring Available to Help Illinois Students from Pandemic Learning Loss (via The Center Square) — High-impact tutors are available to help school children in Illinois play catch up after the COVID-19 ...Read More →
A Renewed Focus on Learning As the world continues to grapple with the after-effects of the pandemic, the Illinois Tutoring Initiative is taking a proactive approach in reimagining K-12 education. ...Read More →
Stepping Up to the Challenge After a period of uncertainty in education due to the pandemic, the Illinois Tutoring Initiative has taken decisive steps to support K-12 students across the ...Read More →