I am a retired teacher with 20+ years of teaching experience. I have a BS in Elementary Education. Students who need tutoring (whether it is remedial, wanting to get ahead, or just to keep up with classmates) should be tutored a MINIMUM of one (1) hour per week. It is usually helpful if it is 2 or more hours per week divided into 2 separate days. The student has been in class all day and is tired. To ask the student to concentrate for more than an hour after a vigorous school day is really expecting too much. In order to get the most from a tutoring session, the student needs to be able to concentrate.
As I said, I have 20+ years of experience. I have tutored after school for much of that time. I was even in charge of the after school tutoring program at my last school. I honestly can't give a number of students as my classes ranged from 30 down to about 15 (depended on "level" of the students). My students improved their reading levels and all were able to pass standard state tests. Because of my ability to work with "below level" students, my classes normally had "several" that were "well below" grade level.
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