In the years before the Internet became ubiquitous in many homes and schools, students used homework help hotlines when stuck on a tough math problem or reading passage.
It's possible that your child's school provides a homework hotline service.
The online resources comprise tutorial videos and other downloadable reference materials.
All services are available at no cost to students or parents through a Lilly Endowment Inc. Ask Rose isn’t an “Answer Line,” advises Smith Roads.
They have highly qualified teachers in: language arts, elementary, middle and high school math, science grades 1st - 12th - including AP chemistry, Spanish, social studies, history, geography, and much more.
Bilingual assistance is available in six languages: English, Arabic, Kurdish, Spanish, and Turkmani.Log on the moment you need help and connect to an expert math tutor instantly.Our online interactive classroom has all the tools you need to get your math questions answered.“With Ask Rose easily available, students should never feel ‘stuck’ when it comes to their math and science homework.Help is available from approximately 30 tutors each night,” says Ask Rose Director Susan Smith Roads.These services are free, thanks to our wonderful sponsors: Maddox Charitable Fund, Metro-Nashville Public Schools, Sonic Drive-Ins, the Scarlett Foundation, Dollar General Literacy Foundation, Nissan, Tandem Realty, and My TV 30/CW 58/Fox 17.Another school year has brought challenging math and science homework problems that can be overwhelming for students to solve and frustrating for the parents trying to help them.Ask your child's teachers or principal if one is available for students.If there is a hotline, find out when it's available, the phone number and what kind of help you can get.“We’re an additional educational resource for today’s hardworking and dedicated math and science teachers and school administrators,” adds Ask Rose Associate Director Lindsay Hull, a former high school math teacher.“Teachers aren’t available in the evening when students may become frustrated with aspects of their homework or can’t remember key elements of solving problems that a teacher explained in class.