Many kids need tutoring help. Only a small fraction get it
David Daniel knows his son needs help.
The 8-year-old spent first grade in remote learning and several weeks of second grade in quarantine. The best way to catch him up, research suggests, is to tutor him several times a week during school.
But his Indianapolis school offers Saturday or after-school tutoring — programs that don’t work for Daniel, a single father. The upshot is his son, now in third grade, isn’t getting the tutoring he needs.
“I want him to have the help,” Daniel said. Without it, “next year is going to be...