Fulton County Schools Homework Hotline PORTABLE
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Fortunately, both local and national organizations are stepping up to provide homework help. The Government has advised educators about the importance of combating pandemic-related learning loss provided resources for schools to do as part of the American Rescue Plan. All states and schools have a budget assigned for acquiring new technology, finding new strategies to support kids and, more importantly, combating learning loss through student support programs such as evidence-based tutoring, expanded after-school and summer learning and the provision of new academic materials for schools.
If you decide to use free tutoring, keep in mind that tutoring groups differ in the subjects they cover and approaches they use. Some are small group sessions while others are one-on-one. Some are online or hotlines while others are in-person. Some have learning games and tools they provide for students, while others require students to bring their homework and specific questions.
We operate afterschool programs in Title I elementary schools. Kids are referred to the program by principals and teachers based on their struggles in school or at home. The program operates at the school site and kids attend three hours per day, five days a week during the school year. There is no cost to attend the program, but full time attendance is required. Kids receive an afterschool snack, help with their homework, dinner, and bus transportation home. 1e1e36bf2d