We believe Baltimore’s children and youth deserve equitable access to educational opportunities that allow them to thrive in careers and in life. We have a strong commitment to the City’s PreK-12 public education system and the nonprofit partners that support these students.
We support programs that:
The UMBC Reach Together Tutoring Program (RTTP) launched in fall of 2021 to provide high-dosage mathematics tutoring for 350 students across four schools in South Baltimore and has already achieved remarkable success. RTTP seeks to improve mathematics skills by utilizing research-based best practices to provide, personalized small group math instruction to students.
How can we best support young students who are struggling to read in school? In the context of unprecedented disruptions to our educational system, this Abell Report summarizes the research, documents the current landscape of programs, and offers recommendations.
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Photos courtesy of Urban Teachers Baltimore, the UMBC Reach Together Tutoring Program, and Tools of the Mind.
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