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December 07, 2004 1 min read
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These companies and organizations appear most frequently on lists of providers approved by the 50 states and the District of Columbia to offer tutoring under the federal No Child Left Behind Act.

Tutoring Provider Headquarters Type of Company States
Plato Learning Inc. (purchased Lightspan)* Bloomington, Minn. for profit 41
Kaplan K-12 Learning Services New York City for profit 37
Education Station (Catapult Learning)* Baltimore for profit 37
Huntington Learning Centers, Inc. Oradell, N.J. for profit 33
Kumon Math and Reading Centers Teaneck, N.J. for profit 31
The Princeton Review, Inc. New York City for profit 30
Failure Free Reading Concord, N.C. for profit 26
Brainfuse Online Instruction New York City for profit 25
Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Service Tampa, Fla. for profit 25
Newton Learning (Edison Schools, Inc.) New York City for profit 25
Babbage Net School Port Jefferson, N.Y. for profit 21
Edsolutions, Inc. Nashville, Tenn. for profit 21
I CAN Learn Education Systems New Orleans for profit 20
HOSTS Learning Vancouver, Wash. for profit 19
Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes San Luis Obispo, Calif. for profit 18
Platform Learning Inc. New York City for profit 17
Tutor.com Inc. New York City for profit 16
Smarthinking Inc. Washington for profit 15
Boys and Girls Club** Atlanta nonprofit 14
Compass Learning Inc. San Diego for profit 13
Cambridge Educational Services Inc. Des Plaines, Ill. for profit 11
Voyager Expanded Learning Dallas for profit 11
YMCA** Chicago nonprofit 11
KnowledgePoints Portland, Ore. for profit 11
Acadamia.net LLP St. Paul, Minn. for profit 10

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