Tutoring and Mentoring
Sara Elaqad discusses how the intensive support of the Mind Matters Cleveland program helps low-income high school students get into college and succeed in coursework and careers.
University of Toronto economics professor Philip Oreopoulos discusses efforts to make tutoring a more affordable tool for improving the academic performance of low-income students.
Matthew Kraft, an economics and education professor at Brown University, discusses arguments for making tutoring a regular, more broadly used component of the daily schedule in US public schools.
Professor Faye Gary explains why caring relationships and the social networks they can open up are such crucial components of Case Western Reserve University’s Provost Scholars mentoring program.