LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) JULY 27, 2022 — TutorMe, an online tutoring solution creating access and opportunity for all students, announces a partnership with Park County School District #16 in Meeteetse, WY, supporting students with high-dosage tutoring and supplemental academic support. Made possible through a Wyoming Department of Education grant for after-school and extended day efforts, each K–12 student at Park County School District #16 will have 24/7 access to TutorMe’s high-quality tutors starting this fall—providing students with additional teaching perspectives and avenues for learning.
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TutorMe, an online tutoring solution, announces a partnership with Park County School District #16 in Meeteetse, WY, supporting students with high-dosage tutoring and supplemental academic support.
Tech & Learning's Best of Show Awards at ISTELive 22 celebrate the products, and businesses behind each one, who are transforming education in schools around the world. Tech & Learning’s panel of judges selected TutorMe as a winner based on its excellence in terms of value, quality, ease of use, and versatility.
TutorMe is an online platform that levels the academic playing field by providing high-quality academic support to all students, regardless of location, time of day, or financial resources. Students from 1st grade to graduate school are connected within seconds to a highly qualified tutor—more than 15,000 tutors are available to help with more than 300 subjects. Once students and tutors are connected, TutorMe offers a robust suite of teaching and learning tools, including a virtual whiteboard, text editor, audio and video chat, screen sharing and more. All lessons are archived so that students can review them as needed. To ensure that tutors are the most qualified and best available, TutorMe pays them as much as 80% more than competing services and only selects the top 4% of applicants.
Of all the “hot topics” in K–12 education emerging from the pandemic, tutoring is surely one of the hottest. As the negative impacts of COVID-19 interruptions to learning began to show themselves, education leaders began considering what scalable tutoring for a digital-first generation of students might look like. In the last two years, a variety of “modern” tutoring programs — from state education agencies, universities, ed tech stalwarts and startups, and even some nonprofits — have quickly gained traction across the country.
The SIIA CODiE Awards are truly prestigious as the only peer-reviewed technology awards of their kind, and winners are often many of the biggest names in technology and edtech. TutorMe brought home two 2022 CODiE Awards, winning the Best Virtual Learning Solution category, in addition to being named the overall winner as Best Overall Education Solution.
JCMR recently introduced K-12 Online Tutoring study with focused approach on market size & volumes by Application, Industry particular process, product type, players, and production & Consumption analysis considering major factors, cost Structure and regulatory factors. At present, the K-12 Online Tutoring market is developing its presence and some of the key players from the complete study are Ambow Education, Tokyo Academics, CDEL, TAL, Vedantu, New Oriental Education and Technology, Chegg, iTutorGroup, Knewton, EF Education First The report offers a comprehensive evaluation of the K-12 Online Tutoring market. It does so via in-depth K-12 Online Tutoring qualitative insights, K-12 Online Tutoring historical data, and K-12 Online Tutoring verifiable projections about market size. The K-12 Online Tutoring projections featured in the report have been derived using proven research methodologies and assumptions Our report will be revised to address COVID-19 pre-Post pandemic effects on the Global K-12 Online Tutoring Market.
Educators need a plan ambitious enough to remedy enormous learning losses. By Thomas Kane
According to the findings, students who got more hours of online tutoring experienced better results. “Our results show consistently positive effects,” Sadoff said. “They’re promising enough to suggest that online tutoring should be tested at a larger scale so the impact can be estimated with more confidence.”
Millions Toward Tutoring: Funders Bank on the Recovery Strategy Despite Big Challenges
School districts across the country are turning hopeful eyes to tutoring programs as a way to help children recover academically from the COVID pandemic.
The findings are noteworthy as schools search for effective learning-recovery options.
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