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How To Tackle The Biggest Hurdles To Effective Tutoring

Tue., April 23, 2024, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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There is widespread evidence that high-impact tutoring (HIT) accelerates student learning by an additional three to 24 months across grade levels. However, implementing a high-impact tutoring program with fidelity is not without its challenges.

Saga Education has helped 400 schools and states across the nation design and implement tutoring programs that meet the unique needs of their communities. In this webinar, some of our district partners will share how they tackle these major hurdles to implementing HIT.

Our panel of experts will discuss:

  • How to schedule and structure tutoring programs to maximize student academic gains
  • Where to source skilled tutors
  • How they’re funding their tutoring programs in a post-ESSER world
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Alan Safran
CEO, Co-Founder, and Chair of the Board, Saga Education
Alan Safran has had a 30-year career in public education, at the state and local levels. He served 9 years at the Massachusetts Department of Education, including a period as the state’s Deputy Commissioner of Education for Policy and Administration.
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Maryellen Leneghan
Chief for State and District Partnerships, Saga Education
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