Providing Transformational Tutoring at Scale

Our highly trained tutors provide districts with evidence-based and personalized live online instruction. We provide your district with increased instructional staff trained and ready to work with students.

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Tutoring Services

High-impact tutoring at BookNook is an intentional, multifaceted program that’s geared toward accelerating student learning. High-impact tutoring is about addressing the learning skills necessary to make progress and advance to those instructional next steps identified.

Requirements of a successful, high-impact, tutoring program include:

Frequent & Consistent

At least 2-3 sessions per week, 30 minutes


Well-trained, consistent tutors. One-on-one, face-to-face, or small group

High-Quality Instructional Materials (HQIM)

Aligned to standards and based on research

Data & Progress Monitoring

Informed instruction and impact measurement of the program

Accomplished Tutors

The strength of our high-impact tutoring model comes from evidence-based reading interventions facilitated by diverse and caring tutors. Each of our tutors go through an extensive screening process including:

  • At least 1 year of teaching experience
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • A complete 50 state criminal background check
  • Demonstrated ability to teach and engage in an online setting

Our Approach

When you partner with BookNook you will gain access to a dedicated team who will be heavily engaged in the deployment of your district’s or organization’s tutoring program. BookNook has launched high-impact tutoring programs in a large variety of settings and has built plans to set expectations appropriately for mutual success. These steps include:

“I LOVE BookNook! The sessions are the highlight of his school week! He typically does NOT like to read at all during his classes. In fact, he struggles with reading and he will tell you that Reading is his least favorite subject. To my surprise, he is eager to attend his BookNook tutoring sessions. He actually reminds me that it is time for him to log on.”
Yolanda Brown, Parent
Prince George’s County Public Schools