I am curious how other schools select students for after school tutoring programs (a program funded by the school, NOT paid by parents). 1. Do you tutor students who already qualify and receive spec. ed. services during the day? 2. Or do you try to work with those who probably should qualify but didn't? 3. Or..... I'd really like to focus on the really low students during the day, during small group time. AFTER school, I'd like to keep a somewhat larger group of students who, I feel, could make some great headway in the right group setting. I have a group of kids (5-6) in both reading and math who are 1/2- 3/4 year below grade level now. Of course, I could flip flop and focus more on that group during small group, BUT I really think they would do well after school. If I do it MY way, I could target a larger group of kids for after school tutoring. Otherwise, I may only be able to keep 1-2 kids due to the different skill levels of my students. So, please share how your tutoring students are selected! Thanks.