Study: Most states don't know if tutoring is working

09/29/2004 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Even though millions of federal dollars are being channeled to outside tutoring providers, most states are not monitoring whether supplemental services are improving student test scores, says a report released yesterday by ACORN and the American Institute for Social Justice. According to researchers, only Louisiana, out of the 30 states surveyed, is tracking tutoring effectiveness.

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