About Ontario’s Learning Recovery Action Plan For Students

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Education Minister Stephen Lecce has developed Ontario’s Learning Recovery Action Plan to help students caught in the midst of the global disruption. This comprehensive plan is designed to support struggling students and address the unique challenges that they may face. It includes a variety of interventions, such as reading and math tutoring support and targeted initiatives for mental health and well-being. By investing in these types of initiatives, Ontario is working to bridge learning gaps and improve academic achievement for all students across the province. Overall, this plan marks an important step forward in ensuring that students are able to thrive both academically and mentally during this time of change and uncertainty.

Making An Investment

As part of the Ontario government’s Learning Recovery Action Plan, a significant investment of over $176 million has been made in tutoring services to help students recover from the impact of educational gaps caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. These investments will provide opportunities for small group tutoring services offered outside of school hours, on weekends, over the summer, and at other times and locations that are culturally and community appropriate.

These tutoring services will focus on helping students improve their reading and math skills, which are fundamental building blocks for academic success. By investing in these essential learning supports, the Ontario government is demonstrating its commitment to providing all students with equal opportunities to achieve their full potential. Whether during this difficult period or as we move forward into a new academic year, we must do everything we can to ensure that our students receive the support they need to thrive. And with this investment in tutoring services, Ontario is well on its way to achieving this goal.

Our Involvement 

At Dropkick Math, we are fiercely committed to supporting Ontario’s students and helping them succeed. The initiative of Ontario’s Learning Recovery Action Plan aims to ensure that all students have the opportunity to reach their full potential and fulfill their potential as future leaders of our province. Through our involvement in the Learning Recovery Action Plan, we work directly with educators in classrooms across the province, providing innovative math learning resources that allow students to gain a stronger understanding of foundational math concepts and develop key problem-solving skills. By investing in Ontario’s students today, we are building a brighter future for all Ontarians tomorrow. 

Free Programs

At Dropkick Math, we provide high-quality tutoring services that help students achieve their academic goals. Whether your child needs extra help with fractions or is struggling with algebra, our expert tutors can provide the targeted instruction and support that he or she needs to succeed in math class. The Learning Recovery Action Plan allows us to offer our math programs FREE of charge, breaking down barriers for students who might otherwise be unable to access the support they need. By partnering with school boards across Ontario, we are able to reach more students and give them the educational foundation they need for future success. 

All of our instructors at Dropkick Math are certified Ontario teachers who offer research-based math learning techniques. Our unique programs focus on the fundamental misunderstandings your child may have in math and can provide them with the skills they need to keep advancing. We work with your child to understand the underlying problems rather than just focusing on helping them through the material they are learning at school.

So if you’re ready to take the first step toward building a brighter future for your child, learn more about Ontario’s Learning Recovery Action Plan and see if we have partnered with your child’s school board. We look forward to working with your child!

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