Free Tutoring Mandated by the No Child Left Behind Act

Which schools offer free tutoring?

Click here to see a list of schools that must provide free tutoring. If your child's school is on the list, contact the school to find out what academic help is available for your child under the No Child Left Behind Act. You can also search here for the services that may be offered through your child's school.

Why do some schools have to offer free tutoring?

Schools that have not met certain requirements under the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) must offer parents choices that may help their children get a better education. For more in-depth information about requirements schools must meet, click here.

The No Child Left Behind Act requires schools to increase test scores by a specified amount. After a certain period of time, if a school fails to increase students' scores, then the school district must offer academic services at no cost to low-income students enrolled in the school. Services may include tutoring or special classes to help students in reading or math.

What other services does No Child Left Behind mandate?

Some schools may also offer their students free transportation to a higher-performing school. Check with your school or school district about other choices that may be available under the No Child Left Behind Act.



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