The New York Times recently ran an article highlighting the great success of Match's tutoring work in Chicago public high schools. The article's author, David Kirp wrote, "These are staggering results -- I know of no initiative for disadvantaged young men of color that comes close."
Over the last year, Match has provided math tutoring to 1,300 young males in 12 Chicago public high schools as part of a study conducted by the University of Chicago's Urban Education and Crime Lab. This is the third instance in which Match has implemented a high-dosage tutoring program in a district setting.
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