Norfolk Public Schools to provide free tutoring through online platform

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Kim Horrigan, left, sits with her son Conor Horrigan, 8, both of Quincy, Mass., as Conor does math homework at their home, in Quincy, Tuesday, April 13, 2021. Kim said she and her husband have struggled all year with their decision to keep their 8-year-old son in remote learning due to the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Norfolk Public Schools will provide free, one-to-one online tutoring through FEV Tutor.

Students in grades three through 12 can receive tutoring in core subjects such as math, English, science, and social studies. Additionally, students can schedule tutoring each week or access a live tutor 24/7.

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The virtual service will be accessible anywhere, as long as the student has a computer or device, internet connection, username, and password. The program is also integrated into systems already in use at NPS, such as Canvas and Clever.

Norfolk Public Schools says its goal is to deliver accessible and high-quality learning support to students.

The service will be available to NPS students through February 2022.

NPS encourages parents to visit fevtutor.com to find tutoring for their children.

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