U.S. Pushes the Use of Tutors at Failing Schools

Elaine Korry:

One of the key provisions of the No Child Left Behind law is that children in failing schools should be given extra help in the form of tutoring. Yet millions of students who are eligible for tutoring aren’t getting it. The U.S Education Department is warning school districts that, this fall, they must do a better job of signing families up.

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