Puzzled by your child’s homework? Wishing you had a tutor to help guide your young student through a difficult math or science problem?
A free homework helpline, staffed by some of the smartest college students in Indiana, is here to lend a hand.
AskRose, a free math and science tutoring service run by the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, offers one-on-one tutoring in math and science for any student in grades 6-12.
Rose-Hulman students, majoring in math, science and engineering, assist schoolchildren over the phone, through email or by chatting online. Tutors walk them step-by-step through difficult homework problems, helping them to not only reach a solution, but also gain an understanding of the process.
The tutors are each specially picked by Rose-Hulman faculty and can assist with anything from sixth-grade algebra to high school chemistry. They are highly qualified in their respective fields and have completed a training course to help ensure they give students the best learning experience.
AskRose respects the privacy of each student and will never ask for a last name or phone number. The program is certified by the National Tutoring Association, which aims to promote education, specialization and scientific research through effective tutoring.
This is a great resource to help students excel academically. To learn more about the AskRose homework helpline, visit AskRose.org.