Volunteer tutors and tutoring organizations around the country are getting back on the ground to assist children in need.
The number of volunteer tutors in the United States has doubled in the past five years and is projected to double again by 2020, according to a report released Thursday by the National Association of Tutoring Companies.
The tutoring industry, which relies on volunteers to provide tutoring services, has seen a dramatic rise in enrollment in recent years.
In 2012, there were more than 6,000 tutoring professionals in the U.S. and nearly half of them were nonprofit organizations, according the report.
By 2016, the number of tutoring agencies had nearly doubled, to nearly 2,600.
The number of companies participating in the program tripled, to 3,600, the report found.
Volunteer tutoring has a proven track record for helping disadvantaged children.
It’s been proven to boost student performance, according a report published in 2017 by the Pew Research Center.
According to the report, over the past three decades, more than 30 million children have benefited from tutoring programs and the majority of those are from low-income families.
The report found that tutoring is especially effective for children who have limited or limited access to school resources.
Tutoring programs can help children who may be academically disadvantaged, as well as those who have been suspended or expelled.
It’s important to note that this is not a substitute for regular classroom instruction.
The tutoring experience is a learning opportunity that requires some learning and that is typically done through the use of hands-on learning and hands-to-mouth learning.
It also can be used to support tutoring of other educational purposes, such as helping disadvantaged students with language skills.
The National Association for Tutoring Centers (NATTC) is a nonprofit organization that provides tutoring to children from a variety of backgrounds, including African-American, Hispanic, Native American, American Indian, Native Hawaiian, Asian-Pacific Islander, and others.
In 2018, NATTC’s executive director, David B. Carter, said he believed that the tutoring movement would have a long-term impact on the lives of children, because it would provide “a unique opportunity for students to participate in their communities and gain a critical voice.”
Carter said tutoring can be a tool to help children learn, develop and grow in a safe environment.
“As adults, we often feel that we’re the ones who are there for children,” he said.
“We’re the leaders in the classroom, the mentors in the home and the mentors of other kids.
And it’s really important to us that our kids have that voice, too.”NATTSC is an affiliate of the American Academy of Pediatrics, which has more than 150,000 members in more than 75,000 schools in the country.
In its report, the AAP said that it is concerned about the decline of access to educational resources, particularly tutoring and tutored learning.
It said that access to resources such as tutoring resources has declined as access to tutoring centers has increased.
In some states, a parent or caregiver can apply for tutoring assistance.
In 2017, the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) reported that the percentage of students who receive tutoring in the school system declined from 17.4 percent in 2009 to 16.2 percent in 2019.
In a statement, NCES said that more than two-thirds of states surveyed in 2018 reported a drop in access to learning resources for children.
In states with a high proportion of African-Americans and Hispanic students, the percentage decreased from 27.1 percent to 21.9 percent, while in states with fewer students, such students’ access to education declined from 16.6 percent to 15.8 percent.
“Our goal is to make learning accessible to all students, but we recognize that this does not mean that we cannot provide quality education,” Carter said.
“The most important resource for students is their teachers.
That’s why we have trained thousands of tutors who are highly trained to work with children from low income backgrounds.
They are equipped to provide a customized learning environment for students who need it the most.”Read more: