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Tips for Tutors

We’re well underway into the second semester of TutorMate tutoring, and hopefully, you’re developing a great relationship with your student. With a few months to go, we’re focused on making your experience and impact as successful and meaningful as possible! To help us optimize your sessions, please review and remember the following tips: 1) FEEDBACK: […]…

“Each year it just gets better!”

Year after year, we seek to improve TutorMate’s universal effectiveness for our students and overall experience for students, teachers and tutors. One-to-one tutoring fosters meaningful, life-changing relationships between students and tutors. The collective impact of both a supportive tutor and a committed teacher continues to pay huge dividends in students’ reading growth, self-esteem and long-term […]…

A Culture of Good Citizenship at Denver’s Janus Capital Group

When the busy CEO and over 50 no-less busy employees of a national corporate leader in financial services agree to make a weekly commitment to tutor first grade students in the Denver Public Schools, it is certainly remarkable. This week, we had the pleasure of speaking with this CEO, Richard Weil, of Denver-based Janus Capital […]…

3,000 Tutors and Counting

Innovations for Learning’s TutorMate Online Literacy Program has been rapidly expanding during the 2015-16 school year, reaching an unprecedented milestone of 3,000 tutors! Over 3,000 students will be receiving the critical literacy support they need to foster their growth as readers and as learners. Not only will they have the opportunity to improve their comprehension, […]…

In video, Denver schools show their pride in TutorMate

How much does the city of Denver appreciate TutorMate? Plenty, according to this video created entirely by our partners, the Denver Public Schools Foundation and the Mile High United Way. The short video was shown Tuesday night at a gala in Denver of 1,400 people, including Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper  and Sen. Michael Bennet,  kicking […]…