Welcome to the State Tutoring Program
As a tutor you will be providing individualized, supplemental instruction of specific standards-based skills and concepts with the goal of measurable improvement. Examples of supplemental instruction are those after school, before school, during lunch, weekends, supplemental Fridays, evenings, intersession, or any pullouts that do not remove students from core content area classes. Core content areas that students may not be pulled from for tutoring include, but are not limited to:
|Core Content Areas|
|American Government||Foreign Language||Physics|
|Art||General Science||Political Science|
|CTE Classes||Math Interventions||SEI Classroom|
|Earth Science||Music||Social Studies|
|English||Physical Science||Visual Arts|
♦ Informational Training for FY17
* Required for all tutors in order to receive payment
* Recommended for all coordinators and grant applicants
♦ Directions to access the State Tutor Fund through ADEConnect
♦ State Tutoring Checklist
♦ Coordinator Duties
♦ Tutor Verification Form New!
♦ For Tutoring Strategies, go to www.azed.gov/state-tutoring/tutoring/
To be prepared for a monitoring visit, please ensure that two key pieces of documents are organized and kept on file at the school/institution which is providing the tutoring.
Certificates of Supplemental Instruction are crucial to a tutoring initiative with any student. The certificates should be filled out before tutoring begins to help set the standard of what is to be tutored, the time frame, and an attestation that the student has shown progress by an administrator for the institution once tutoring is finished. If at any time a student switches tutors or providers, the original Certificate must be kept on file and a new one must be created for the student and the new tutor.
*NEW* Parent signature is now required on all CSIs. We will no longer accept staff initials in place of parental permission.
To obtain SAIS information, please contact your school office or your districts SAIS technology coordinator. The ADE does not provide this information.
Hours, Scheduling, and Payment
Each LEA has an allocated amount of tutoring hours they can use for each term. It is imperative that you keep accurate track of your hours with your coordinator or LEA program representative to ensure that your district does not go over its allocation. This is vital as your LEA will pay you for your time and ADE will reimburse your district for services rendered that are within the guidelines of the grant.