Published: Sep 12, 2022
Statewide pilot led by State Library provides live, 24/7 online tutoring and homework help in every K-12 subject. Grant funding is part of California’s largest-ever investment in public libraries
SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced that every Californian can now access free online tutoring available 24/7 through a new initiative offering homework help in every K-12 subject and skill-building resources for adult learners. The Governor also announced $254 million in grants to public libraries in 172 cities across 34 counties to renovate and improve facilities across the state. This is the first round of the California State Library’s $439 million Building Forward Library Improvement Grant Program – the largest investment in public library infrastructure in California history.
Real-time homework assistance can now be accessed 24/7 here and on the websites of any of the 1,130 local public libraries around the state – click on the “HelpNow” link to reach a one-on-one tutor. The pilot program, led by the State Library, offers assistance in Math, Language Arts, and other core K-12 subjects in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, and Tagalog. There’s no age limit to who can use the service. Adult learners can also access writing assistance, citizenship resources and other tools.
Click to read full article: https://www.gov.ca.gov/2022/09/12/governor-newsom-announces-free-online-tutoring-available-to-all-californians-254-million-in-grants-to-improve-libraries-across-the-state/