California State Library Offers Free Online Tutoring to All Californians


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California State Library offers 24/7 online tutoring and homework help in all K-12 subjects

NEW YORK, NY, USA, September 19, 2022 / — In a major step to provide all Californians with access to equitable learning opportunities, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that every Californian can now receive 24/7 live online tutoring and homework help in every K-12 subject with Brainfuse HelpNow. Brainfuse has been providing complementary educational services for over twenty years, including online homework help, practice tests, study tools, and collaborative tools.

As part of California’s historic investment in public libraries, all California residents now have access to Brainfuse HelpNow free online tutoring. Students communicate with live tutors using an interactive whiteboard to discuss, write, draw, copy/paste text or images, and graph homework problems. Live tutors are available around the clock through any device that connects to the internet. Brainfuse tutors are familiar with California’s content standards and curriculum frameworks. Brainfuse offers support in math, science, language arts, and other K-12 core subjects in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, and Tagalog. There is no age limit for using the service. Adult learners will also have access to writing help, citizenship resources and other skill-building tools. To access Brainfuse HelpNow, visit:

In addition to live help, there are additional tools designed to help with all aspects of learning. The 24/7 Writing Lab and Question Center gives users the freedom to get help anytime of the day without having to connect with a live tutor. Users can submit articles through the Writing Lab for detailed feedback. The 24/7 Question Center is for non-written assignments such as math or science questions. Brainfuse HelpNow also offers tools for study and collaborative learning.

“Not every family can afford a private tutor. Now, through the CA State Library – Brainfuse HelpNow program, every Californian can benefit from free online tutoring. HelpNow tutors will help all kindergarten learners develop their thinking and problem-solving skills. Without giving answers, tutors help students with homework challenges and guide them to the right solution,” said Jack Rothstein, Director of Library Services at Brainfuse.

This project was supported in whole or in part by funding provided by the State of California, administered by the California State Library.

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About Brainfuse
Brainfuse is one of the nation’s leading online tutoring providers, serving a diverse customer base of libraries, school districts, and colleges/universities for over two decades. With Brainfuse, users receive real-time tutoring from instructors through our exclusive online classroom. Brainfuse serves hundreds of library systems across the country, including Oklahoma State Library, New Mexico State Library, Iowa State Library, New York Public Library, DC Public Library, Houston Public Library, Toronto Public Library, and the largest library in North America. assistance program through the Chicago Public Library. For more information about Brainfuse services, please contact them at [email protected].

About the State Library
Founded in 1850, the California State Library is the central reference and research library for the state government and legislature. The library’s collection includes over 4 million titles, 6,000 maps, and 250,000 photographs, as well as an extensive collection of materials from and about the state’s rich history. Statewide, the State Library also serves local California libraries, providing more than $500 million in state and federal funds to support public libraries and provide nationwide library programs and services. the state.

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