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Kalman Hettleman: Tutoring is teetering. Maryland officials should look to Baltimore City as a model

March 20, 2023

Tutoring is a textbook example of how sometimes a lot of money for public schools does not pay off as advertised. That’s true so far for investments in tutoring nationwide, triggered by the pandemic. And it’s true in Maryland although there is potential for speedy improvement. Tutoring is universally recognized as the most effective way to prevent and remediate learning deficits. School systems nationwide are on track to spend around $3.6 billion this year and next on tutoring.


Article Source: Maryland Matters

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