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Virtual tutoring to help South Carolina students

Last year the South Carolina Department of Education and the South Carolina State Library announced a $1.5 million partnership.

COLUMBIA, S.C. — A grant of $1.5 million is helping South Carolina students whose learning was effected by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The South Carolina Department of Education and the SC State Library announced the partnership last November saying that funds from the American Rescue Plan's Elementary and Secondary school emergency relief.

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Recently released assessment data indicates a need for high-dosage tutoring for both students performing on grade level who need additional assistance and those who are having academic difficulty and are at-risk of not meeting on-time graduation requirements. 

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Tutor.com is available for families 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Students will have access to highly-qualified tutors in over 200 subject areas. In addition to individual tutoring, Tutor.com provides a service for administering practice tests to determine if students are on the trajectory for content mastery as well as submit writing assignments for review and feedback.  

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