The University of Chicago's Urban Education and Crime Lab released a report on the first-year data from their study conducted in Chicago public high schools. In the study, Match Education has been providing math tutoring to 1,300 students in 12 Chicago Public Schools.
On average, students that received Match tutoring and mentoring increased their math learning gains by 1-2 years more than the control group, and their test scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress math exam reduced the black-white test score gap by a third. Furthermore, the tutoring also reduced math course failure rates by 50%, and overall course failure rates by 25%.
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