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OPINION: Sending college students into classrooms to help our struggling students could be a winning post-pandemic solution


The Hechinger Report

Public schools and charter schools are turning to tutoring to improve student performance post-pandemic. The Biden administration wants colleges to allocate 15% of federal work-study funds for tutoring, but bureaucratic and budgetary barriers exist. A standardized vetting system and incentives for universities could help. Republicans want to end the work-study program, but a pilot program could give funds directly to students participating in tutoring. Bipartisan support exists for expanding tutoring, and a work-study investment in tutoring could help address rising college costs….

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