Stanford NSSA Attendance Study

Tutor smiling alongside students

A study by the National Student Support Accelerator at Stanford University unveils the powerful impact of high-impact tutoring on student attendance in DC schools. Key findings reveal that students are 6.9% less likely to be absent on days with scheduled tutoring sessions and middle schoolers benefit the most, with an impressive 11.4% decrease in absenteeism.

This groundbreaking research underscores the crucial role of tutoring in keeping students engaged and present in the classroom.

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