On November 30, 2022, the D.C. Policy Center’s report, Landscape of high-impact tutoring in D.C.’s public schools, 2021-22, was cited by WTOP:
The Cesar Chavez Public Charter School for Public Policy has been running similar tutoring initiatives for months — some for students who need extra help, others for students who can get ahead and can even get high school credit while they’re still in middle school.
It’s called high-impact tutoring — at least 90 minutes of tutoring per week, divided across a few sessions before, during or after the school day, including immediate tutor feedback. Many sessions include three or fewer students, according to a D.C. Policy Center report.
It’s one of the city’s priorities in helping students catch up after the pandemic, during which D.C. students particularly suffered.