Tulsa County students can now get help with their homework through the Tulsa Library system with their Homework Help Now! program. They just need to have a Tulsa library card to connect from home, school or any Tulsa City County Library. Tutors are trained and certified by Brainfuse, and on-line help in the form of expert instruction, peer-to-peer collaboration and self-study is offered for kindergarten age to adult learners.
Live tutors are available every day from 2-11 pm for one-on-one assistance in math, science, social studies, English, writing assistance, reading comprehension, English literature and Spanish. Live sessions can be conducted in English or Spanish. Students also have 24-hour access to a test center offering practice tests for all grade levels in math, reading, and writing including the ACT, SAT and GED.
"For the student who is stuck on a particular word problem or for the student who needs help identifying the theme in a piece of literature, these tutors are trained to help learn concepts, not just provide answers".
[As with any on-line program that your child would access...I suggest that parents fully investigate this program before allowing their students to use it alone. I have had NO experience with this FREE service.