Leiden students help children from The Hague: 'Now I can read and understand what I've read.'
There is an enormous disparity between children from low and high socio-economic backgrounds. In the Leiden Tutor Programme Leiden students and scientists are exploring what they can do to close that gap. And at the same time the children are learning a lot through the programme.
In the Leiden Tutor Programme Leiden students help junior school pupils in deprived neighbourhoods with their homework. At the same time the programme carries out scientific research as part of the National Science Agenda (NWA). In the video below project leader Julia Cramer talks about the tutor programme that came to a close on 1 July 2019.
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