What does a Learning Partner do?
Learning Partners help students (K-6) with school work and social skills. Working with a student on an individual basis, the Learning Partner works in conjunction with the classroom teacher. Most meet with the student during the school day.

The Learning Partner provides emotional support and is sensitive to the social development of the student. He or she is an adult friend with whom the student may develop trust and share concerns.

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1. What does a Learning Partner do?
2. How much time does a Learning Partner spend "on the job"?
3. How do children get involved?
4. Are more Learning Partners needed?