During the edLeader Panel, “Measuring Tutors’ Success: High Impact or Bust,” the presenters discussed the benefits of tutoring and how to take a data-informed approach to deploying, evaluating, and refining a learning recovery strategy.
Presented by Dr. Daniel Stanhope, Founding Researcher, LearnPlatform; Brian Galvin, Chief Academic Officer, Varsity Tutors; Nancy Waymack, Director of Research Partnerships and Policy, National Student Support Accelerator, Annenberg Institute; Vincent Quan, Co-Executive Director, J-PAL North America, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab; and Tara García Mathewson, Education Reporter, Languages Editor, The Hechinger Report
Presented by Christian Rhodes, Superintendent in Residence, BookNook; and Dr. Annie Lee, Research Manager, BookNook
Moderated by Paolo DeMaria, President & CEO, National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE)
Presented by Lynn Bosworth, Principal, The Cottage School (GA); and Lisa Baumohl, Learning Specialist and School Counselor, The Cottage School (GA)
Presented by Annie Lee, Ph.D., Research Manager, BookNook; and Monica Lopez Nicholas, Implementation Team Lead, BookNook
Moderated by Jim McVety, Senior Partner, First Step Advisors
Presented by Dr. Sharon V. Kramer, Author and Educational Speaker, Solution Tree
While some students have thrived during the switch to remote and hybrid learning that was caused by the pandemic, many others have had their learning disrupted and fallen behind the timeframes established for meeting state standards.
Presented by Dr. Susanna Loeb, Director of the Annenberg Institute and Executive Director of the National Student Support Accelerator, Brown University
Presented by Sara Delano Moore, Ph.D., Vice President for Content and Research, ORIGO Education
Presented by Dr. Sharon V. Kramer, Author and Educational Consultant