We present a measured collection of resources from the vast literature on tutoring. These resources are not intended to be exhaustive but rather aim to present useful information in an efficient way. While the resources have broad appeal for anyone trying to understand how tutoring can support learning recovery efforts, we have separated the resources by audience, depending on the nature of the resource. For educators, resources include an introduction to learning loss and learning recovery, best practices in designing tutoring programs, and examples of tutoring programs currently in place. For district and state administrators, resources include the evidence of effectiveness of tutoring programs, guidance for scaling tutoring programs, and costs of tutoring programs.