TITLE I TUTORING
1 to 1 Tutoring offers Title I compliant tutoring services to schools and school districts.
Some of the key features of our Title I Tutoring programs include:
- Tutoring course selection that includes small group math, science, reading & writing, as well as academic strategies or strategic test preparation strategies.
- A comprehensive approach: 1 to 1 Tutoring provides all curriculum, lesson plans, practice tests, guided reading libraries, mathematics manipulatives, testing, and assessment software and computers as well as any necessary equipment or materials. Assessments and benchmarks from either the school or district standardized tests or another normed standardized test are incorporated into all tutorials as needed and based upon program needs.
- Sessions may be held before/after/during school, weekends, holidays, or during the summer months.
- Tutoring lesson structure and content delivery are research-based and data-driven and are individually designed based on student needs.
- Complete student data tracking including individualized student session notes objective mastery tracking, and behavior/attendance tracking through our online portal and tracking software systems.
- Quarterly, monthly, and/or end of program comprehensive reporting of student progress and achievement.
Parent Support & Involvement
1 to 1 Tutoring has vast experience with Title 1-based programs that require parental involvement and can provide evaluation and program status reports in multiple formats including newsletters, live meetings or parent/teacher conferences as needed. We have extensive experience and systems in place for parent communication of student progress, education, and consulting as well as parental involvement activities including hosting parent meetings and newsletters.
Parent Progress Reports: Our student progress tracking and data programs allow us to produce monthly or weekly progress reports for parents which include daily session notes, assessment and performance tracking, attendance and updates to the program. These reports can be sent electronically via email directly to parents or be printed.