Who are Learn To Be’s students?

Our students come from underserved, low-income communities. Many of our students are foster youth, homeless youth, students attending Title 1 schools, students receiving free or reduced lunch, and families on government assistance. Some students have IEPs or are diagnosed with a learning disability or behavior disorder.

Furthermore, our students are mostly K-12 students from all around the US. At times, we accept students who are high school graduates awaiting college; however, we currently do not accept students in community college, taking remedial level college courses, or GED candidates.

Although, we are working to expand our offerings to include college-level students. But at the moment, our volunteer tutors are primarily high school students, with a few from college and retirees, who can only accommodate students from grade levels high school and below.

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