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Tutoring Services

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We are currently accepting waitlist applications for our tutoring services.

The CTL Clinic is now a fee-based service. Please fill out our new online form.

Registration Application

Tutoring Services Flyer

Dyslexia Assessment Flyer

Fee Structure for the Academic Year

Type of Service Cost
Individual Reading Intervention: Between $5.00 and $50.00 per 50-minute session
(2 sessions per week required)
Individual Math Intervention: Between $5.00 and $50.00 per 50-minute session
(2 sessions per week required)
Individual Math AND Reading Intervention: Between $7.50 and $75.00 per TWO 50-minute sessions
(4 sessions per week required)

Siblings (i.e. 2 kids receive reading intervention)
After the first child, each additional child will receive services for 1/2 the cost of your initial rate.

Between $7.50 and $75.00 per TWO 50-minute sessions
(4 sessions per week required)

On average, families will pay $10.00 per 50-minute session.

Reading Intervention:

Instructional interventions are based on the five “Big Ideas” of reading (phonemic awareness, alphabetic understanding, reading fluency, vocabulary development, and comprehension) and are comprised of practices proven effective through scientific research.

Interventions incorporate commercial reading programs that are based on scientific research and are tailored to meet the needs of struggling readers. A typical 50-minute tutoring session will include the following component.

  • phonemic awareness
  • phonics
  • structured reading of connected text
  • fluency building
  • vocabulary development
  • comprehension

Math Intervention:

Our instruction and intervention products utilize explicit and systematic design principles based on more than three decades of research and development.

  • Tier 1 core instruction is designed to meet the needs of the majority of students
  • Tier 2 small group interventions are designed for students at risk for learning difficulties
  • Tier 3 intensive small group or individualized interventions are designed for students who are significantly below grade level and not meeting learning goals.

Private Tutoring Policy: We will try to match current or past Clinic families with a tutor, but will not be able to facilitate tutor/student connections from the community at large.  

If your child has never been involved with the clinic, here are a few things we can suggest:

  • Inquire in your child's school office to see if they keep a list of private tutors. Sometimes schools have lists that they don't advertise.
  • Go to Duck Connect and post a position for a reading tutor.
  • Go to our Parent Resources page and find activities and ideas to work at home with your child.
  • The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) has a list of private tutors/services. They do not endorse anyone on the list, and the list is sorely lacking services in the Eugene/Springfield area, but it's a place to start.
  • The Academic Achievement Center is based in Eugene and provides evidence-based instruction in reading, writing, and spelling.