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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. ...
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“Weathering the Storm”: Federal Efforts Helped Bolster U.S. Education Standing Among Peer Nations

(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 ...
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Tutoring Available to Help Illinois Students from Pandemic Learning Loss

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 ...
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Shaping Tomorrow: The Illinois Tutoring Initiative’s Impact on Post-Pandemic Education

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. ...
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A New Era in Education: The Illinois Tutoring Initiative Empowers Students Statewide

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 ...
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