Public library offers free tutoring online
One-on-one tutoring focuses on math, science, social studies and English.
The City of Mesa
Library offers free homework help via the Internet, funded by Indian
gaming. Students will need a city library card for online tutoring
seven days a week from 2 p.m. to midnight. Access the service from any
computer -- at home or at the public library.
The Live Homework Help program from tutor.com focuses on math, science, social studies and English. Spanish-speaking tutors are available for math and science.
Students in kindergarten through 12th grade, introductory-level college courses and adult education are welcome.
"It is just one more way the City of Mesa Library supports education and lifelong learning in our community," said Heather Wolf, library director.
If you do not have a home computer, there are computers in the Youth Services area at the public libraries for family use during regular library hours. Questions? Call (480) 644-2704.
Live Homework Help and other educational resources