UA & Community Partners Offer Free Tutoring For Tuscaloosa Students
The new school semester is here, and the pandemic has changed the learning habits of students across Tuscaloosa and the nation. Students have been without normal school face to face instruction and many students are struggling in school. No fear! Help is here locally for our students.
I have kids in elementary school, and I think it's a good way to give them an extra boost in learning and to help them succeed in class this semester. The pandemic has set many students back in learning due to the cons of virtual learning and the crazy schedules school systems have had to adapt to due to the virus situation. Most students are back to in-person learning; however, many students are struggling more than ever due to the effects of the last two to three years.
The University of Alabama's Culverhouse School of Accountancy is lending a helping hand to Tuscaloosa students in grades K-12 who may need extra tutoring services for the semester. They have partnered with Academics in Motion and Northport councilman Woodrow Washington to provide this service.