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At-home, FREE, online tutoring for all students.

In partnership with Tutored by Teachers, a public benefit company providing small-group online tutoring by certified teachers.

The Spring semester program launches on January 23 and is available for every K-12 student enrolled in an IPS direct-managed school, at no cost to families. Students meet online, from home in small groups for English Language Arts and Math tutoring with an emphasis on Social Emotional Learning.

Sessions are offered on Mondays and Wednesdays, or Tuesdays and Thursdays, at the following times:

  • 4:00 – 4:45 PM
  • 5:00 – 6:00 PM
  • 7:00 – 8:00 PM

Here’s what IPS parents are saying about Tutoring for All! 

“I am so grateful this program is free and available for my children!”

“My daughter’s tutor is a gem. She is very professional, kind, patient, ALWAYS on time, and she works with the students until they are able to understand what she is showing them. She is a definite bonus to my child’s education and we are SO grateful for having this program available. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU! 🙂

“We are so thankful for this program. The smaller groups help my kids stay engaged and that’s huge for us!”

“My child loves the relationship she’s developed with her instructor. She’s very relaxed at the end of each session.”

Frequently Asked Questions

Answer: Here are some quick facts about Tutoring for All! 

Tutoring for All is: 

  • Online through Microsoft Teams
  • After school 
  • From home 
  • Small group
  • Focused on closing gaps in learning
  • Focused on Math and ELA standards
  • Aligned with IPS pacing guides

Tutoring for All is not: 

  • Homework help 
  • Drop-in assistance 

Answer: If you have questions, we have several options to help you get the answers you need! 

Watch this video from a member of the Tutored by Teachers team.

Answer: Students in grades Kindergarten through 12th grade that attend one of the following schools are eligible for tutoring:

  • Anna Brochhausen School 88
  • Arlington Middle School
  • Arsenal Technical High School
  • Brookside School 54
  • Carl Wilde School 79
  • Center for Inquiry School 2
  • Center for Inquiry School 27
  • Center for Inquiry School 70
  • Center for Inquiry School 84
  • Charles Warren Fairbanks School 105
  • Christian Park School 82
  • Clarence Farrington School 61
  • Crispus Attucks High School
  • Daniel Webster School 46
  • Eleanor Skillen School 34
  • Ernie Pyle School 90
  • Floro Torrence School 83
  • Francis W. Parker School 56
  • George S. Buck School 94
  • George W. Julian School 57
  • George Washington Carver School 87
  • George Washington High School
  • Graduation Academy
  • Harshman Middle School
  • Henry W. Longfellow Medical/STEM Middle School 28
  • IPS | Butler University Laboratory School 55
  • IPS | Butler University Laboratory School 60
  • James A. Garfield School 31
  • James Russell Lowell School 51
  • James Whitcomb Riley School 43
  • Jonathan Jennings School 109
  • Lew Wallace School 107
  • Meredith Nicholson School 96
  • Newcomer Program @ Northwest Middle School
  • Northwest Middle School
  • Paul I. Miller School 114
  • Positive Supports Academy
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson School 58
  • Raymond F. Brandes School 65
  • Robert Lee Frost School 106
  • ROOTS Program
  • Rousseau McClellan School 91
  • Shortridge High School
  • Sidener Academy for High Ability Students
  • Simon Youth Academy
  • Step Ahead Academy
  • Super School 19
  • Theodore Potter School 74
  • Thomas Gregg Neighborhood School
  • William McKinley School 39
  • William Penn School 49

Answer: Yes! This initiative provides small group, online Math and English Language Arts tutoring for all K-12 students currently enrolled in a direct-managed IPS school at zero cost to families.