What is One to One?

One to One provides all members of our community (business, parents/guardians, faith-based and involved citizens) an opportunity to play an integral role in helping struggling students with the support they need to be successful in reading and math. 

One to One gives schools a committed trained cadre of volunteers dedicated to helping students achieve. One to One Coaches meet once a week, one-to-one with a first through third grade student who is struggling with reading and math.

One to One Parents as Partners provides a multigenerational approach by working with parents/guardians in the same school communities where One to One Coaches are tutoring students. Parents learn effective reading strategies to use with their child to help increase their growth in reading.

Return on Investment: Since 2008, One to One has increased participation from 4 to more than 30 partner schools and provided support for over 3000 students. On average, 88% of the students coached have made continuous progress in reading achievement.

~IN THE NEWS~

NKYEC’s One to One Reading program gets $30k grant from Greater Cincinnati Foundation

June 24, 2021 - NKyTribune - The Northern Kentucky Education Council was awarded a $30,000 Greater Cincinnati Foundation grant which will help support and accelerate student learning by providing focused expansion of One to One Reading programs in 16 school communities that have the highest percentage of children of color and children living in poverty.

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NKEC’s One to One reading program receives $15k grant from Duke Energy Foundation; be a coach

July 28, 2021 - NKyTribune - The Northern Kentucky Education Council’s One to One Reading programs recently received a $15,000 Duke Energy Foundation Grant that will help deepen and expand One to One programs in 14 Northern Kentucky school communities by providing:

 

• Recruitment and training of more One to One Reading Coaches,

• Additional Parents as Partners cohorts, and

• New resources and books for students and families.

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Horizon Community Funds announces $62k to six nonprofits through its Community Impact Fund

August 3, 2021 - NKyTribune - Horizon Community Funds has deployed $62,000 across six nonprofits for their work in Northern Kentucky through its Community Impact Fund…Northern Kentucky Education Council received $13,500 to support its One to One Reading Program, which equips students in first through third grade and their families with tools to build literacy.

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REGISTER FOR COACH TRAINING SESSIONS TODAY!

One to One is currently seeking new reading coaches for the 2021-2022 academic year to work with first, second, or third grade students that are struggling with reading skills. One to One Coaches support students at more than 30 partner schools across Northern Kentucky. 

~ Coaches meet with the same student once a week for 35 minutes. ~
~ Coaches are required to attend a five-hour training (free of charge) and will begin working with their student in September or October and work with them through the end of the school year. ~

~ Trainings provide coaches with specific strategies and activities to help young students develop reading skills. Coaches will also receive materials and supplies to use during the weekly training sessions. ~

>> Click Here to Learn More About Upcoming Training Sessions for New Coaches <<

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