Stop the Slide

Lockdowns and school closures will continue to have a lasting impact on students’ attainment levels, even long after they are all back in school. By the end of the 2020/21 school year, studies estimate that students will be between 3 months and a year behind.

Our “Stop the Slide” program is specially designed to help students catch up and make sure they have the best chance of getting ahead.


Tutelage is offering individually tailored programs to help students who’ve fallen behind during the COVID-19 pandemic catch up to regional standards.

We have put together intensive courses in all subjects for students from ages 10-18. 
We are offering 12, 16, 20 or 24 week courses with between 2 and 6 hours of lessons each week.

Lesson prices depend on location and start at $50 per hour, with monthly packages starting at $375.

Our worldwide network of tutors is available to you for online lessons, wherever you may be.

Our tutors are also able to offer in-person lessons (subject to our COVID-19 policy) for clients in the Bay Area and California Central Valley. If you would like in-person lessons and are located outside of these regions, please contact us at

Relevant Articles

COVID-19 and student learning in the United States: The hurt could last a lifetime

New evidence shows that the shutdowns caused by COVID-19 could exacerbate existing achievement gaps.
By Emma Dorn, Bryan Hancock, Jimmy Sarakatsannis, and Ellen Viruleg - McKinsey & Company
June 1, 2020

How much learning have students lost due to COVID?
Projections are coming in, but it’s still hard to say

There is good reason to fear that this spring’s school closures hurt students’ academic progress. But how much learning, exactly, did students lose?
By Matt Barnum -
Oct 6, 2020

The impact of COVID-19 on student achievement and what it may mean for educators

Virtually all K-12 students in the United States are currently missing face-to-face instruction due to COVID-19. Many parents and educators thus share a common worry: When the pandemic subsides, kids will return to school with lower achievement.
By Jim Soland, Megan Kuhfeld, Beth Tarasawa, Angela Johnson, Erik Ruzek, and Jing Liu - The Brookings Institution
Oct 6, 2020

COVID-19 and student performance, equity, and U.S. education policy

Lessons from pre-pandemic research to inform relief, recovery, and rebuilding
By By Emma García and Elaine Weiss - Economic Policy Institute
Sept 10, 2020

How Covid-19 Impacts Student Achievement and Student Mental Health

School closures and social isolation have impacted all student mental health and student achievement. This is especially true for students living in poverty.
Students are facing a mental health crisis as a result of the loss of access to services that are mainly offered by schools.
By Edthena - the Edthena blog
Aug 6, 2020

How To Conquer Distance Learning

Before distance learning infiltrated our collective vocabulary, before e-learning tools were a readily available commodity and long before I knew I’d one day work in online education, I was an online student.
Now that distance learning has become our new reality for the foreseeable future, it is increasingly important that our students are finding new ways to engage with their online coursework.
By the Tutelage Resource Blog
Oct 16, 2020

Stop the Slide

It's time to Catch up and Keep up