ALL In Tutoring

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ALL In Tutoring logoOn September 8, Governor Youngkin, Secretary Guidera, and Superintendent Coons released the 2022-23 Standards of Learning scores.

These scores showed more than half of all 3rd through 8th graders (334,687 students) are at risk or failed the Reading SOL. In Math, two thirds of all 3rd through 8th graders (327,598 students) are at risk or failed. 

We know that our Grade 3 through 8 students across the Commonwealth are demonstrating persistent learning loss as a result of the pandemic. School divisions and teachers have been working diligently making sure students have strong learning experiences and supports to recover, but they must receive support to ensure that students receive intensive and accelerated support to be on pace with their pre-pandemic peers.

As a result, we ALL must support our school divisions. Governor Youngkin outlined Virginia’s ALL In plan that defined high-intensity academic tutoring. This tutoring focuses on supporting those students who failed their SOLs or who demonstrated risk of failing, establishes options for tutors, schedules, ratios, and resources to ensure that tutoring can be successful in every school across the Commonwealth.

The hallmark of ALL In tutoring is learning acceleration. It is essential that tutoring match on grade level content and supports students connecting lost learning to what they are learning in the classroom every day.

We encourage everyone to be ALL In and become tutors, elevate educators, improve attendance and volunteer.  Your local school divisions will need a hands-on approach to serve the students in your local community and the students will need an investment from all of us in order to close the gaps that the pandemic has left behind.  

This website contains the following resources:

Tutor Sign-Up & Resources

As our Governor has challenged all Virginians, we are ALL In to help our students across the Commonwealth. To aid our school divisions in identifying tutors in their communities, we are creating a database of volunteers interested in helping students accelerate their learning.  If you are interested in signing up to be a tutor, please complete the application. The Virginia Department of Education will share access to this list of potential volunteer tutors with school divisions indicating who could provide services in both reading and math for their students.  School divisions will ensure the proper processes have been followed regarding background checks and professional learning for alternative educators. 


Parent Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

ALL In – Best in Class Practices

We would also like to share with you the current press release on the Standards of Learning and the press conference from Gov. Glen Youngkin who launched the ALL In Campaign on September 8, 2023.

Your local school divisions will be designing their own tutoring programs as outlined in the High-Intensity Tutoring Playbook.  Please feel free to reach out to your local school division for tutoring options for students in Grades 3-8 in both reading and math.  

Contact Information

School divisions with questions can feel free to reach out to the following VDOE staff for assistance: