Provide Free 1-1 Tutoring for Bay Area Students

by Tutorpedia Foundation
$15,050 Raised
total goal
monthly donors
Your support of this project will help change the story of education in California and help more under-resourced students earn diplomas and graduate with meaningful education and career options for a brighter future. Since 2009 Tutorpedia Foundation carefully matches students with exceptional tutors who are experts in their content using best practices in test preparation to improve overall study and organizational skills for our students.


In California public schools, by sixth grade the average class size is 29 students. This means it is nearly impossible for teachers to give every student the personalized attention they need to succeed. Under this system, deserving students who want to learn and do well in school often aren't able to get the support they need to graduate, go to college, and develop a lifelong passion for learning.


Scholarship students receive one hour of free tutoring every week throughout the school year. Tutors help with homework, test preparation, study skills, and organizational strategies. All tutoring is aligned with California State Standards and grounded in the latest cognitive research about how we learn best. Most importantly, all tutoring is student-centered: Our tutors focus each session on the individual needs and goals of each student.

Long-Term Impact

Tutorpedia Foundation believes that the one-on-one tutoring model, institutionalized in schools, can close achievement gaps, graduate more students from high school, and prepare more students for post-secondary education. Personalized tutoring is a powerful tool that ultimately promotes equity and social justice through more personalized education. Our vision is to graduate 100% of our students from high school and prepare them for college.

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Organization Information

Tutorpedia Foundation

Location: San Francisco, CA - USA
Project Leader:
Nikole Saulsberry
San Francisco, CA United States

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