Governor Riley to Announce Online Homework Help Program

By: Online Homework Help
By: Online Homework Help

MONTGOMERY – Governor Bob Riley will be joined by State Librarian Rebecca Mitchell and students from Baldwin Arts and Academics Magnet School at Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library on Tuesday, August 26th.

He will review the success of a free online tutoring service and announce the expansion of this service to more Alabamians.

The service offers free homework help from trained tutors to Alabama students online.

Governor Riley first announced the program in July of 2005 during a visit to the Pelham Public Library in Shelby County.

After Tuesday's announcement, Governor Riley will take part in a live demonstration of the online tutoring program.

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  • by Rahul Location: Alabama on Aug 26, 2008 at 02:12 AM
    I don't understand why the homework help is provided through, while it is a well prevalent fact that it charges a very high amount. The same services are available at half the cost. Seems, our tax dollars are being spent recklessly.
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