Many parents are concerned virtual learning will create educational inequality among students
Some families are forming “learning pods” and hiring educators to teach their small groups of children
There are free resources to help families that can’t afford to hire a tutor or educator
For many students, certain subjects are a struggle, even in a traditional classroom setting. With most students in the D.C. metro region starting off the school year 100% virtual, it’s not going to get any easier. Here are some free or affordable options for tutors.
Use a teen tutor. High school students can earn volunteer hours for tutoring younger students. D.C. families can check out the group Teens Give. Another organization called GIVE Youth serves Northern Virginia.