At GeorgiaCAN and TEN Colorado, ensuring that tutoring programs and after-school learning programs are protected and track results.
At HawaiiKidsCAN, providing grant funds to families to support key educational needs.
At JerseyCAN, maintaining and enacting education recovery policies through parent advocacy and other partnerships and coalitions.
At TennesseeCAN, making tutoring and choice-based summer camps permanent.
TennesseeCAN secured $120 million during a special session to create a Summer Tutoring Corps that will serve 200,000 Tennessee students. Executive Director Victor Evans, writing about the need for summer tutoring to address learning loss in an op-ed this past spring said it best: “We believe that high-dosage tutoring directly tied to regular classroom content may be the most cost-effective solution and offer the most immediate results to address learning loss and help students catch up.”
Change Summer, an organization that is running innovative summer camp experiences that connect students from under-resourced communities.
Success Academy Charter Schools
High school students from Success Academy Charter Schools in New York for launching a tutoring program to help younger students.