The New York Times Magazine has produced a master work about the history of slavery in the United States. Through a partnership with the Pulitzer Center, the 1619 Project is available online as a tool for teachers, parents, tutors, and students to … [Read more...] about The 1619 Project: Reframing the history of slavery
Parents who want to register new and returning students for Cluster Tutoring can do so on four dates in late August and early September. Parents of returning students in grades 1-12 can do so on a drop-in basis from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, … [Read more...] about Student registration dates set
If you're an Amazon shopper, you might have your eye on some bargains during Amazon Prime Day. But you can help raise money for Cluster any time of the year when you make your purchases through AmazonSmile. Amazon is touting daily deals even … [Read more...] about Help Cluster with AmazonSmile
Forty-one students are working to keep their reading, writing, and study skills sharp by continuing their learning in Cluster's Summer Reading Program. The focus of the program is to help students improve reading skills in fluency, comprehension, … [Read more...] about Summer Reading Program off to a strong start
Tutors now have a fashionable yet practical way to carry books, notebooks, and even laptops to use with their students: tote bags emblazoned with the name and logo of Cluster Tutoring. Cluster is the recipient of a $500 award from Marco … [Read more...] about Cluster receives ‘Difference Maker’ award from Marco Promos
Cluster Tutoring is looking for students, tutors, and parents to help us make donuts at the Oak Park Farmers’ Market on Saturday, July 20. The Farmers' Market is at Pilgrim Congregational Church, 460 Lake Street in Oak Park. The program can earn … [Read more...] about Donut Day is coming on July 20!