Report: NCLB tutoring may not be effective in raising scores

Federally funded tutoring may not be doing much to improve student test scores, according to early data from a University of Wisconsin-Madison study. "The preliminary results would suggest that, on average, you don't see much happening there," said Carolyn Heinrich, lead researcher. "You don't see strong relationships between number of hours (students attend) and results."

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