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Reading Corp Tutor Needed for 2017-18
2/24/2017 10:00 AM

The Minnesota Reading Corp program is an intervention we have available for students at Kennedy Elementary.  We are looking to fill a 3/4 K-3 tutor position for the 2017-18 school year.

 

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Elementary Literacy Tutor

Age group reached: Elementary (Kindergarten3rd grade)


As an Elementary Literacy Tutor, you will work one-on-one with K3 children who need help practicing their reading skills. You will use prescribed literacy interventions and will conduct weekly progress monitoring to ensure the student is on track to read at the end of 3rd grade.


What is Minnesota Reading Corps?

Minnesota Reading Corps is a proven early literacy program helping Minnesota students read successfully by third grade. By combining the power of AmeriCorps resources with the science of how children learn to read, Reading Corps is helping more children gain the skills they need to be successful in school and life.


Since 2003, Minnesota Reading Corps has helped more than 100,000 struggling readers, age 3 to grade 3, progress toward reading proficiency by the end of third grade. Reading Corps applies research, rigorous training for tutors, personalized instruction, student assessments, data review and ongoing coaching so tutors and students are set up for success. By harnessing the power of national service, the program serves students in urban, suburban and rural settings across Minnesota and consistently delivers impressive results.


When is the application deadline?

Positions are filled on a rolling basis and there is no hard deadline. Early applicants will have more choice in where they are placed.


What is the difference between a "member" and a "tutor"?

They are the same thing. A Minnesota Reading Corps Literacy Tutor commits to 11 months of serving as an AmeriCorps “member.”


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