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"My child needs help with homework. Who can help him get ahead?"

Has your child ever needed homework help because he or she was stuck on a question? Would you like to find close-to-home or online study options that will help your child or teen get ahead and stay ahead academically? These homework resources can assist with daily assignments, and can help connect you to tutoring, test-taking, or other education resources in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County.


BrainPOP: for-profit program offering study tips
Animated, curriculum-based content that supports educators and engages students.



Cuyahoga County Public Library Homework Centers: free services for homework tips and help
Various branch locations have homework centers to help students with math, social studies, science, reading, and language arts.


Dictionary.com: free tips and help useful for homework


Government Agency Pages for Kids: free, public resources


Grammar Hotline at Tri-C: free services for homework tips and help
A free service that provides answers to your most difficult grammar questions at (216) 987-2050.


Homework Helpers Online: free homework tips and resources
This article from Intuit's QuickBase provides links to other websites to help visitors understand a variety of subjects.


Homeworktips.about.com: free homework tips and services
Discover your learning style, plus homework tips and ideas for improving study habits and doing homework more effectively.

Howtostudy.com: free services and studying tips
Offers links to study tips on numerous subjects, from test preparation to grammar and punctuation.



Huntington Learning Center: for-profit program offering testing, tutoring, and homework help

Provides diagnostic testing, one-on-one K-12 tutoring programs, and ACT and SAT test preparation. 


K-12 Math Sites: free homework tips and resources
A listing of links to other sites intended to help visitors understand math.


Kaplan Educational Services: for-profit program offering test preparation, homework tips
Offers programs and study aids for K-12 schools, as well as test and higher education preparation.


Library of Congress Kids: free, public resources
Various literacy resources for kids. Also has sections for teens, adults, educators and parents.


MarchintoKindergarten: free resources and information
Provides connections for preschool and kindergarten age children in Cuyahoga County, promoting on-time school registration.


North Coast Education Services: for-profit program offers tutoring and homework help
Provides in-home tutoring services for children, all ages and all subjects, throughout Northeast Ohio.


Starting Point: free referral service for academic enrichment and other youth programs
By calling (216) 575-0061, parents can inquire about tutoring, mentoring, or other academic enrichment programs for any age child or teen in Cuyahoga County.


StartSpot: free homework tips and help services
Provides links to other sites to help visitors understand a variety of subjects.


Sylvan Learning Center: for-profit program offers homework help and tips, tutoring
Provides tailored tutoring programs for each student by subject or by grade. Also offers SAT and ACT test preparation.


Townsend Learning Center: for-profit program offering homework help and tips
Helps adults, youth, and children improve their learning. They help high school and middle school students improve their grades, and they help high schoolers who are preparing to go to college.


Tutoring Club: for-profit program offers study skills, tutoring, homework tips
Offers individualized instruction with tutors in their TutorAid programs for math, reading, writing, SAT and ACT preparation, study skills and more, for students in grades K-12.

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Many of these resources were originally published as part of Get It Facts in collaboration with the Cuyahoga County Board of Health. Cuyahoga County does not necessarily endorse the resources provided in this collection of articles. Also, any inaccuracies or omissions are unintentional.