The North Dakota State Library is launching a service that will provide free tutoring for state residents of all ages.
The Tutor ND program links people with professional tutors over the Internet, through the website www.tutornd.com . It’s for students in public, private and home schools, as well as those in colleges and universities.
Officials say many of the tutors are retired professors. They are screened with full background checks, and have expertise in everything from English to math to science. They’ll provide help from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Central time Sundays through Thursdays.