Low-Cost & Free Study Resources for Families & Students

Whether you're facing a global or personal stressful situation, we're here to remind you that you are not alone. Here are some low-cost and free resources for parents, low-income families, and students with special needs:

- Through EveryoneOn.org, find low-cost internet in your area with folks who can find you affordable options.

- Bookshare.org offers free access to books for those with dyslexia, blindness, cerebral palsy, and other reading barriers to continue learning during school closures.

- The New York Public Library is offering free tutoring to students via Brainfuse.

Thanks to MyMove.com for sharing these resources with us. You can find these resources and more on their blog here:


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