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).
SESQ Center helps families take
advantage of this opportunity by working to:
the number of eligible children
receiving free tutoring.
number and range of high-quality
tutoring services offered.
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
SES in Action: A Toolkit for Parents
and Community Leaders
Helping eligible students in public schools “in need of
improvement” receive the free, high-quality tutoring
services they need.