Report

The Evidence for Tutoring to Accelerate Learning and Address Educational Inequities During Canada’s Pandemic Recovery

2022

The Evidence for Tutoring to Accelerate Learning and Address Educational Inequities During Canada’s Pandemic Recovery

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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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