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Big Surprise: Chicago Hates Tutoring

By Alexander Russo — May 15, 2007 1 min read

Hmmm. A big-city district (Chicago) examines a provision in NCLB that it has long detested (SES tutoring) and finds that 30-60 hours of tutoring per year (six to 12 days of school) has a minimal benefit (but won’t release the study). Big surprise. Check it all out here: $50 million -- for what? (Chicago Sun-Times).

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