Students are months behind where they should be in their learning. Could a nation-wide tutoring program catch them up to speed? Moreover, what would it take to equalize access to high-quality tutoring over the long term? https://www.brown.edu/academics/population-studies/people/person/matthew-kraft (Matt Kraft) of Brown University and https://www.bu.edu/wheelock/profile/joshua-goodman/ (Josh Goodman) of Boston University discuss on this episode of "The Report Card with Nat Malkus."

Read the working papers discussed on this episode:

https://scholar.harvard.edu/files/mkraft/files/kraft_falken_2021_blueprint.pdf ("A Blueprint for Scaling Tutoring Across Public Schools" )by Matt Kraft and Grace Falken.

https://www.edworkingpapers.com/ai21-367 ("Kumon In: The Recent, Rapid Rise of Private Tutoring Centers") by Edward Kim, Josh Goodman, and Martin West.

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