K–12 Schools & Districts

Educational Equity
with On-Demand
and High-Dosage

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Educational Equity
with On-Demand
and High-Dosage

Partner with Us


Tutor.com's on-demand tutoring meets ESSA Level II standards, demonstrating positive impacts on student grades and attendance.

Introducing High-Dosage Tutoring

High-frequency, high-impact tutoring is a data-supported method of helping students make significant, measurable academic gains. Learn more.

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3+ times/week

Consistent, relational tutoring for groups of 2–4 students

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Accelerated learning

High-quality intensive instruction with regular assessments and feedback

Insights from Our Partners


Dr. Simone Charles, Walt Whitman High School, LAUSD

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The Why Behind the What

Dr. Wayne Walters, Pittsburgh Public Schools

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Courtney Burns, Faith Lutheran Middle School & High School

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Dr. Jordan Goines, Lancaster School District

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K–12 School and District Partners

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Post-Session Surveys

See what our K–12 learners had to say


are glad their school offers Tutor.com


report that Tutor.com is helping them be more confident about their school work


say Tutor.com is helping them complete homework assignments


say Tutor.com is helping them improve their grades


would recommend Tutor.com to a friend


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Two trusted partners.
One powerful team.

At Tutor.com and The Princeton Review, we are dedicated to expanding academic opportunity for all students by providing learner-focused support—anytime, anywhere.

We support students by helping them achieve their goals.

We support teachers by extending instructional moments and reinforcing learning.

We support schools by prompting just-in-time interventions and increasing persistence.

We support parents in English and Spanish with guidance for tutoring, test prep, and college admissions.

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Help for learners of all ages and stages

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Recent Awards

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The Journal 2022 New Product Award”

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How to Get Started

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Cómo Empezar

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Whole student support

Our Impact

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“My tutor was so nice and so inspiring.
She helped me through everything and kept telling me that I was doing great, and she was very supportive! I will definitely keep using this app.”
–7th grade algebra student