New Hampshire Deal Will Provide Unlimited Tutor.com Access to Every Middle- and High-Schooler Statewide
- By Kristal Kuykendall
The New Hampshire Department of Education recently tapped Tutor.com to provide 24/7 online tutoring access to every middle and high school student in the state, including those enrolled in public, private, and charter schools, as well as home-schooled students in the Education Freedom Account and Home Education programs, according to a news release.
The partnership will provide unlimited, 1:1 tutoring to over 100,000 middle and high school students statewide, NHED said; the agreement includes access to test prep and homework help as well, covering a long list of subjects, many of which are also available in Spanish. Students will be able to engage with their tutors via two-way text-chat or voice, NHED said.
Tutor.com said it will integrate with the learning management systems used by New Hampshire’s schools and districts so students can access the tutoring within the LMS they already sign in to regularly, according to the announcement.
“Students not affiliated with a school, or students whose schools have not integrated with Tutor.com, may create individual accounts,” the company said in the news release.
Tutor.com has delivered more than 22 million 1:1 tutoring sessions since 2000; the company is headquartered in New York City and is an affiliate of The Princeton Review, an education services company not affiliated with Princeton University.
Kristal Kuykendall is editor, 1105 Media Education Group. She can
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