New York – The North Carolina Education Corps (NCEC) will partner with Littera Education to support and improve the reading outcomes of thousands of North Carolina students who need to get back on track after more than two years of learning disabilities.
Launched as a joint project of the North Carolina State Board of Education and the Governor’s Office in response to the epidemic, NCEC is now an independent 501 (c) (3) non-part-time literacy teacher recruitment, training and Profitable to help. This year, corps members will provide high-impact tutoring to K-3 students in more than 30 district and charter agencies across North Carolina.
The partnership with Litter will give NCEC an unparalleled ability to track and evaluate guidance. Littera’s academic support platform simplifies tutoring scheduling and matching with students; It enables easy data aggregation, including what skills students cover and the length of the session. A new mobile app allows tutors to instantly respond and log session data from their phones, providing uninterrupted feedback to program coordinators as they support more than 500 corps members across the state who serve students.
John-Paul Smith, Executive Director of NCEC, said, “Littera’s platform and tutor app will enable us and our district partners to provide the most effective and adequate level of tutoring for students. “Continued feedback from tutors will inform our ongoing tutor training and development efforts.”
Littera’s goal is to enable organizations such as NCEC and school districts to perform high-impact tutoring linked to a district’s core instructional model. Founder and CEO Justin Serrano, an experienced, research-proven, high-dose tutoring developer of educational technology, envisioned a platform to make affordable and available to all children in need – not just those who can afford it. Schools.
“Littera’s goal is to make high-impact tutoring available to students who need it the most,” Serrano says. “NCEC is tackling the difficult human capital aspect of the equation, while we have come up with a modern technology solution to simplify and support their efforts to measure and quantify program outcomes.”
About the North Carolina Education Corps
In partnership with the North Carolina State Board of Education and the Governor’s Office, former state superintendent Mike Ward, and local school districts, NCEC has been launched to accelerate the recovery of learning. NCEC now operates as an independent non-profit organization. Additional support comes from the North Carolina General Assembly, the Maybane Foundation, the CD Spangler Foundation, the SECU Foundation, and the Goodnight Educational Foundation. For more information, see https://nceducationcorps.org/.
Littera is transforming academic support by enabling education districts to make high-quality, affordable tutoring accessible to all students, including those most in need. The Littera platform ensures that tutoring is a non-stop expansion of in-class instruction, curriculum and assessment in a school district. Through Litter, academic support is accessible to all. For more information, see litteraeducation.com.