Supplemental Education Services

Free tutoring for eligible public school students


"Supplemental Educational Services (SES) is a Federally funded program that provides academic tutoring in reading, English language arts, and mathematics, free of charge to eligible students in eligible schools. The tutoring occurs outside the regular school day – before or after school, or on weekends. Tutoring is offered at home, in schools, in community centers, online or at provider centers. During the 2008-09 school year 188,332 students were eligible for SES and 85,478 students participated in the program.

Parents should consult the SES Parent Guide/Directory which is updated annually, and contact providers directly to determine which program is most appropriate for their child. Provider Directory

To determine whether your child’s school is eligible for SES, contact the Principal or Parent Coordinator. A listing of school phone numbers is available by dialing 311."

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