Programs in Action: Colleges Supporting P-12 Students

Classroom Tutoring Programs

Tutoring is one of the most widespread evidence-based approaches to supporting P-12 students’ academic success. Learn how IHEs across the country are empowering higher education students to serve in classroom-based P-12 student support roles, via partnerships with nonprofit organizations, schools, and districts in their communities.

Multiple Subject Tutoring

America Reads at Arizona State University 

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Enriching Literacy Skills

America Reads Literacy Corps at Syracuse University

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Leveraging Virtual Tutoring for Pandemic Recovery

K-12 Connect at Grand Valley State University

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Expanding to Support Pandemic Recovery

America Reads and America Counts at New York University

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NPSS-Aligned Student Support Programs

There are numerous evidence-based approaches to supporting P-12 students’ holistic thriving. Learn how partnerships between IHEs and nonprofit organizations can make a breadth of opportunities available for higher education students to serve and work in roles as mentors, student success coaches, postsecondary pathways advisors and more, in school and out-of-school time programs.


Building Service-to-Educator Pipelines

Deans for Impact’s Aspiring Teachers as Tutors Network

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Post-Secondary Pathways Coaching

Young Scholars Program at Rhodes State College

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Providing Near-Peer Tutors and Mentors

Driven 2 Succeed (Raising a Village Foundation)

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Student Success Coaching

Peer Power Foundation at the University of Memphis

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Supporting Kindergarten Readiness

Jumpstart’s College Corps at the George Washington University

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