The Evidence for Tutoring to Accelerate Learning and Address Educational Inequities During Canada’s Pandemic Recovery8 months ago 8 months ago
This report was prepared in collaboration with the Diversity Institute and the Future Skills Centre.
HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:
This review of evidence has shown that large-scale tutoring programs are among the best investments governments can make to address widening educational inequalities and learning gaps among Canadian children brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
This publication is part of a suite of reports that includes an ecosystem mapping of community-based tutoring and academic support programs in Toronto, a universal evaluation toolkit to support enhanced research, and a review of evidence on tutoring to improve learning equity in Ontario’s post-pandemic context.
Gallagher-Mackay, K., Mundy, K., Feitosa de Britto, T., & Asim, M. (2022). The Evidence for Tutoring to Accelerate Learning and Address Educational Inequities During Canada’s Pandemic Recovery. Diversity Institute & Future Skills Centre. https://fsc-ccf.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/The_Evidence_for_Tutoring-EN.pdf
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