CONCORD, NH (Aug. 17, 2022) — Continuing with its efforts to close gaps and recover from missed learning, the New Hampshire Department of Education has selected Tutor.com to provide 24/7 online tutoring for every middle and high school student in the state.
Through this partnership, more than 100,000 middle and high school students will gain unlimited access to Tutor.com – anytime, anywhere, from any internet-connected device. The service will be available to students at all New Hampshire schools (public, non-public and charter), as well as students in Home Education and Education Freedom Account programs.
The department has entered into a contract with TPR Education, LLC, d/b/a The Princeton Review, New York, NY, in the amount of $4,800,000 to provide access to all eligible NH students, to the Tutor.com SaaS based learning system using 100 percent federal funds. Effective for the period of September 1, 2022 through August 31, 2025, with the option to renew for 2 additional 1 year extensions.
“This tutoring will not only facilitate and enhance learning, but serve as a tremendous resource for students hoping to enhance their educational experience, or those students in need of individualized instruction. This partnership will also support teachers in their ongoing efforts to assist students who may be struggling and seeking additional guidance,” said Frank Edelblut, education commissioner.
Through Tutor.com, students will gain 24/7, no-cost access to one-to-one tutoring, test prep and homework help with support in multiple languages. Students may engage with their tutors via two-way text-chat or voice, choosing the communication style that works best for them. Tutors undergo background checks and are rigorously vetted, and they provide support using a Socratic approach that is encouraging and empowering, asking guiding questions to help students understand difficult concepts on their own. School districts are being encouraged to register for Tutor.com’s free access for their students; students outside of those districts will be able to register individually.
“We applaud the state of New Hampshire for taking this important step in promoting both access and support,” said Sandi White, Senior Vice President, Institutional Partnerships, Tutor.com. “We are proud to partner with NHED to support middle and high school students across the state. We are dedicated to helping students achieve their academic goals and to reducing the stress on learners, families and teachers.”
Since its incorporation in 2000, Tutor.com has delivered more than 22 million one-to-one tutoring and homework help sessions to students. The company’s more than 3,000 vetted and qualified tutors provide learning assistance that is available 24/7 in a wide variety of subjects. The company’s mission is to instill hope, advance equity and catalyze achievement in schools and communities. Tutor.com is an affiliate of The Princeton Review, an education services company not affiliated with Princeton University.