Bay Area students and teachers have seen massive changes over the past few weeks.
Because of COVID-19, schools all over the state have closed their doors for the rest of the school year.
And while teachers have had to adjust to distance learning…
Some students are trying to help.
KRON4 HEROES: Student-led nonprofit offers free online tutoring to Bay Area students amid pandemic https://t.co/kjsewi1BUi
— KRON4 News (@kron4news) April 8, 2020
According to KRON4, Evergreen high schoolers have launched a nonprofit to help other K-12 students.
It’s called The Evergreen Initiative.
And it’s student-run online tutoring.
And it’s completely free.
KRON4 quotes Steven Luo, the president of The Evergreen Initiative:
“Once the school closures actually started happening and all the physical resources starting going away we thought let’s launch this online tutoring as soon as possible so we can help as many students as we can.”