Time to learn from $1.2bn pandemic tutoring failure

By Holly Hales
Updated June 19 2024 - 3:05pm, first published 3:03pm
A report into Victoria's tutoring program, launched during the pandemic, found it failed students. (Michael Dodge/AAP PHOTOS)
A report into Victoria's tutoring program, launched during the pandemic, found it failed students. (Michael Dodge/AAP PHOTOS)

A pandemic-era tutoring program that cost Victorian taxpayers $1.2 billion has been deemed to have not significantly improved students' learning.

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