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Supplemental Education Services



Under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, low-income children in public schools “in need of improvement” can receive free tutoring, also called supplemental educational services (SES). The SESQ Center helps families take advantage of this opportunity by working to:
 
bullet Increase the number of eligible children receiving free tutoring.
bullet Expand the number and range of high-quality tutoring services offered.
bullet Improve district, state, and national coordination of the program.

Tutorsforkids.org, a service of the SESQ Center, provides information and tools to help all stakeholders ensure that eligible children get the extra academic help they need.


SES in Action: A Toolkit for Parents and Community Leadersphoto: Parent Guide

 

This Toolkit provides parents and community leaders with information, tips, and tools to help families understand and use SES options.

 

 

tutorsforkids.org

(excerpt) Under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, low-income children in public schools “in need of improvement” can receive free tutoring, also called supplemental educational services (SES). The SESQ Center helps families take advantage of this opportunity by working to
bullet increase the number of eligible children, receiving free tutoring;
bullet expand the number of quality tutoring services offered; and
bullet improve district, state, and national coordination of the program.

Tutorsforkids.org, a service of the SESQ Center, provides information and tools to help all stakeholders ensure that eligible children get the extra academic help they need.


Our Role?  Helping eligible students in public schools “in need of improvement” receive the free, high-quality tutoring services they need.

 

 

 

 

 

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