You will need to first assign an ATP Program Manager to the position. Your ATP Program Manager will need to complete a form and send the signed form to [email protected].
The ATP Program Manager will be responsible for ensuring teacher tutors complete their formative assessment training with Focal Point. The ATP Program Manager will also upload tutors into the ATP portal for Session Two in mid-January 2024.
LEAs may invoice for one hour of training per tutor for the required trainings.
ATP teacher tutors must have the same qualifications as a teacher of record in a classroom. All ATP tutors must be trained on the ATP formative assessment Focal Point. The ATP Program Manager will assist in setting trainings for tutors. LEAs may bill for one hour of training per tutor.
A parent may choose to have an authorized ADE ATP Tutoring Provider. If a parent selects this option, the ATP Program Manager will give the parent a list of authorized providers.
ADE is using ESSER III funds to pay for this program. It is of no cost to parents.
ATP Teacher Tutors will get $40.00/hour to tutor students and LEAs will get to invoice 30% of tutoring hours to pay for teacher tutor benefits, transportation of students, and administrative costs of the program.
LEAs will invoice a third-party payor, to be determined, to receive reimbursement for tutoring hours and administrative costs.
Session One begins on November 27, 2023 and ends on December 22, 2023. Students may begin receiving tutoring services as late as the week of December 4, 2023, but after that, students will need to wait to begin Session Two.
ATP requires a formative pre-test to be given prior to tutoring and a formative post-test to be given at the end of the six-week tutoring block. ATP tutors must attend an asynchronous training on the approved ATP formative assessment from Focal Point.
Session Two will begin mid-January 2024.
Teachers may earn a stipend of $200.00 per student per tutoring session six-week tutoring block if growth occurs in the student learning. This growth is measured through the ATP formative assessment in Focal Point. Growth must be half a year or more and may not overlap tutoring sessions. The ATP Program Manager will invoice for the stipends to the third-party payor.
An Achievement Tutor Program portal is being developed. The ATP Program Manager will receive training on the portal before Session Two. The ATP Program Manager will be responsible for uploading all teacher tutors into the system and training their teacher tutors on its use after they have completed the ATP formative assessment training with Focal Point. A teacher tutor may then select their student and record the day, time, and subject tutored.
Students may reschedule a session for another time that works for the student, parent, and tutor if it is within the six-week tutoring block. If a student is a no-show for three sessions, they will be dropped from the program and may not receive tutoring until the next six-week block begins.
A student can only be tutored in one subject per six-week tutoring block. It is recommended to use the ATP formative pre-test to determine the highest area of need.
Yes. Students may attend multiple six-week tutoring blocks. Each block will focus on only one subject. If a student is a no-show for three tutoring sessions, they will be dropped from the session and many not re-enroll until the next six-week tutoring block.
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