call (615) 298-6636 between 3 and 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
chat online, instead of by phone, at the Homework Hotline website, , between 5 and 7 p.m. Click the “Need Help? Let’s Talk!” widget to get started.
And don’t worry: You don’t have to find the exact words to describe the problem or assignment to the teacher on the other end of the phone line or chat box.
“To bridge the distance gap, students can text or email images of their assignments, join an online whiteboard with their tutor, or share an essay digitally,” said Madeline Adams, Homework Hotline’s executive director.
Bắn Cá Hải Tặc iOSParents or guardians also can enroll students in weekly tutoring sessions to have a tutor call the student at the same time each week to tackle difficult concepts. Multilingual tutors can complete sessions in English, Spanish, Arabic, Hindi, Farsi, Mandarin, and Swahili.
Bắn Cá Hải Tặc iOS“There are all kinds of options,” said Jill Petty, MNPS’s executive director of curriculum and instruction and a member of Homework Hotline’s board of directors.
MNPS is one of the Tennessee school districts that partner with Homework Hotline, which has provided more than 550,000 tutoring sessions to K-12 students since 1990.