The Illinois Tutoring Initiative will offer high-impact tutoring to support student recovery. Districts that have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic will receive priority. High-impact tutoring, an evidence-based practice recommended in the Illinois P-20 Council’s
Learning Renewal Resource Guide
, accelerates student learning.
The initiative will feature:
- Collaboration between institutions of higher education and school districts of need across the state;
- High-impact tutoring practices with focused 1:1 and small-group (maximum of three students) tutoring totaling three hours per week;
- Qualified tutors for K-12 students from among current teachers, teacher education candidates, higher education students, and other community partners;
- High-impact tutoring in literacy and math for students in Grades 3-8 (starting in spring 2022) and online tutoring in high school mathematics (starting in fall 2022);
- A combination of in-person and online tutoring; and
- Training, support, and supervision of tutors.
Are you interested in tutoring for the Illinois Tutoring Initiative?
If so, please fill out and submit an
interest form and a representative will contact you.
Eligible Districts: The Illinois Tutoring Initiative will prioritize serving students based on districts’ adequacy of funding, concentration of low-income students, disproportionate COVID-19 impact, lost in-person instructional time during the 2020-21 school year, and current level of academic support resources and programs. Eligible districts serving Grades K-8 that are interested in learning more can contact the Institutional Partner Office in their respective region listed below. Eligible districts interested in online tutoring for high school mathematics can contact Illinois State University, the coordinating institution, at