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High-Impact Tutoring Partner Checklist

Tutoring providers can demonstrate impact with a robust evaluation of their model, but absent such an evaluation, a provider should meet as many of the standards on this checklist as possible to ensure students are well supported and learning is accelerating. (PDF)
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National Student Support Accelerator

The National Student Support Accelerator at Brown University is devoted to translating promising research into actionable information about how tutoring can benefit students. (Website)
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Student Acceleration Tools

A list of promising resources for student acceleration that schools can implement using tutors and/or to support their teachers, paraprofessionals, and other staff.
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Test 123

This short video profiles one of the most successful tutoring organizations in the country: SAGA Education, which focuses on secondary math.
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Toolkit for Tutoring Programs

For organizations considering creating tutoring programs or which want to beef up what they are already doing, this digital toolkit from the National Student Support Accelerator provides guidance on how to build high-impact tutoring.
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What Makes a Successful Tutor

This short article from Edutopia provides a good rundown in clear language as to what successful tutors do — and therefore what parents should look for.
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