The Effectiveness of Afterschool Tutoring Programs on Student Achievement in an Urban School District: A Quantitative Analysis of Selected School Programs
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The intent of this study is to investigate the effects of implementing afterschool tutorials and attendance at those tutorials on student achievement in mathematics and reading. The data was compiled for the 2012-2013 academic year. This study used a non-experimental post hoc design; a combination of causal-comparative and correlational methods were used. ANCOVA was used to compare the independent-variable groups’ pre- and post-treatment means on the NWEA reading and mathematics RIT scores.
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Introduction -- Review of literature -- Methodology -- Results of the study -- Summary, conclusion, and implications