New service helps families finding the right tutor for your child
When youre working from home and trying to help your children get through virtual learning, things can get overwhelming. Elyssa Katz, a working mother of three, discovered an answer and shes using that to try to help other families. We -- like everybody else -- were having a lot lot of trouble with distance learning, Katz said. Soon her friends and neighbors asked for her help finding teachers too. She uses a teach to screen anyone who applies to find the right fit for families all over the country.
How to find peer-to-peer help for students learning virtually
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How Each One, Teach One helps families grow together
Todays Your Neighborhood introduces you to the creator of a local organization that brings parents and families together to help each one. "Each One, Teach One is a community based non-profit organization, 501c3, and the sole purpose is to empower youth, said Dr. Ferguson. Dr. Ferguson started Each One, Teach One for parents of children ages 4-12 back in 1999. Parents meet and share available resources in the community for students and their families. Each One, Teach One has a number of events for parents and families.