School District Model
TCP works with public schools and districts to implement seven research-based components proven to build student confidence, competence and success. Find out more about how to become a TCP partner here.
5 Student Facing Components of TCP
Students (rising 8th through 12th graders) are pre-taught some of the upcoming year’s math.
|Provides an opportunity to get ahead and build confidence and teaches how to develop high capacity, collaborative study groups.|
|Academic Center: Tutoring support is available through the school year from math teachers and TCP Peer Teachers (see below).||Supports students throughout the year and builds teacher to student and student to student relationships.|
Students are grouped into designated sections to drive continued collaboration and a sense of belonging.
|Allows students to support each other and continue to hone the collaborative study skills learned during the summer.|
Junior/senior TCP scholars can become paid Peer Teachers for the Summer Academy and Academic Center.
|Builds on research work showing the benefits of peer tutoring in driving persistence and achievement.|
Students learn about the accomplishments of STEM professionals of color during Summer Academy.
|Reinforces efficacy and beliefs of high achievement and belonging.|