Catch-up tutoring scheme bound for failure without reforms, experts warn

Nicole Weinstein
Wednesday, July 27, 2022

The government’s flagship National Tutoring Programme (NTP) is at risk of failing thousands of children who have fallen behind at school if reforms are not implemented, according to a new report.

Impetus wants to create an NTP that is 'transformational rather than transactional'. Picture: Adobe Stock
Impetus wants to create an NTP that is 'transformational rather than transactional'. Picture: Adobe Stock

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