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High Dosage Tutoring (HDT)

High Dosage Tutoring is an intensive educational intervention to increase the social-emotional well-being and the math level of children with a large learning disability. In this collection you will find various articles about this specific educational intervention and how it is currently being applied to Amsterdam schools.

The components below are part of the 'SEPP' (Scalable Education Programs Partnership) collection. This program was created by the University of Amsterdam and brings together the expertise of academic researchers, education policy makers and educational practitioners with the aim of creating a 'toolbox' of proven effective, scalable and potentially complementary educational interventions for underprivileged students (and their caregivers), develop them further and bring them to the attention.

Currently SEPP is involved in Amsterdam through the implementation of High Dosage Tutoring at various primary schools in the city.

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