Sunday, November 13, 2022

The good and bad of virtual on-demand tutoring - Susanna Loeb and Carly D. Robinson, Brookings

Tutoring is perhaps the best-studied and consistently effective educational intervention we have. So it should come as no surprise that policymakers and educational leaders across the country are investing money, time, and political capital into tutoring initiatives. The influx of interest in tutoring is, at least in part, to support the struggling and marginalized students whose learning dropped most during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, educational programs can only benefit students if students access those resources, and tutoring is no different.