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Partnership with American University School of Education to Expand High-Impact Tutoring

CityTutor DC Partners with American University School of Education to Expand High-Impact Tutoring to More DC Students  American University students will provide tutoring to students at Perry Street Preparatory Public Charter School in Northeast DC WASHINGTON, DC (Nov. 1, 2021) – American University School of Education and CityTutor DC today announced a partnership to bring…

Five Reasons to Become a Tutor in a DC School

Have you been wanting to volunteer in DC but are unsure of how to get started? Tutoring a DC student can help you make a real difference in their life and the entire community. Organizations throughout DC are recruiting tutors to supplement what educators are teaching in classrooms, and CityTutor DC wants to help match…

CityTutor DC Names Six Organizations as High-Impact Tutoring Hubs

Funding, training and start-up support will bolster community-based organizations creating Hubs to serve hundreds of DC’s most vulnerable students WASHINGTON, DC (Sept. 14, 2021) – CityTutor DC announced the launch of six CityTutor Hubs that will provide high-impact tutoring for more than 300 students throughout the District. To ensure the Hubs are successful, CityTutor DC…

Serve Your City/Ward 6 Mutual Aid to Launch CityTutor Hub

Serve Your City/Ward 6 Mutual Aid (SYC/W6MA) will launch one of the first CityTutor Hubs, providing high-impact tutoring for students at ONE DC’s Black Workers & Wellness Center in Anacostia. SYC/W6MA works to provide Black and Brown families with the same resources others in DC already have, and this partnership with CityTutor DC will provide…

The Fishing School Named as CityTutor Hub

The Fishing School will launch one of the first CityTutor Hubs, providing high-impact early literacy tutoring to students at C.W. Harris Elementary School and Drew Elementary School in Ward 7. The Fishing School works with cohorts of young people across multiple years to build their capacity to succeed in school and life. Leo Givs, Executive…

Horton’s Kids to Create CityTutor Hub in DC

Horton’s Kids will launch one of the first CityTutor Hubs, operating Horton’s Kids community service centers in the Wellington Park and Stanton Oaks neighborhoods in DC’s Ward 8. Horton’s Kids is deeply embedded in neighborhoods in southeast DC that have experienced decades of disinvestment, by providing extensive academic enrichment, structured social/emotional learning opportunities, and family…

GOODProjects to Launch CityTutor Hub

GOODProjects will launch one of the first CityTutor Hubs, tutoring students in the GOODZone in Ward 6, established in the largest public housing community in DC, within the James Creek, Syphax Gardens, Greenleaf, and smaller surrounding properties. This CityTutor Hub will recruit and train math tutors to supplement GOODProjects’ efforts to create safe spaces for…

Reading Partners to Create CityTutor Hub

Reading Partners will launch one of the first CityTutor Hubs, providing tutoring for students experiencing housing instability at Terrell House, a short-term family housing facility in Ward 1. Reading Partners mobilizes and trains volunteers to help students become confident readers, and this partnership, which includes DC’s Department of Health and Human Services, will provide literacy…

Higher Achievement Named as CityTutor Hub

Higher Achievement Program will launch one of the first CityTutor Hubs, tutoring students at Meridian Public Charter Middle School in DC’s Ward 1. Higher Achievement has a proven model of helping middle school students make successful transitions to high school. This CityTutor Hub features a partnership with Cignition to provide high-impact virtual math tutoring, along…

In the News: Local Nonprofits are Trying to Tackle Learning Loss in DC

By Nicole DiAntonio; original article and video at https://www.wusa9.com/article/entertainment/television/programs/get-up-dc/local-nonprofits-are-trying-to-tackle-learning-loss-in-dc/65-3cc8eca6-e6d8-4671-b1b6-e30f7bb5a148. WASHINGTON — As many students return to in-person learning, a lot of parents are wondering how our local school districts plan to address learning loss caused by the pandemic. With standardized test scores showing an increasing education gap locally and around the nation, volunteers at one…

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