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Get to know Dr. Homework

Dr. Homework is a department of InterveneK12 solutions, a trusted name in K12 education. School districts around the U.S. rely on Intervene to assist with increasing student performance in math, reading, and writing. Intervene provides data analytics, small group instruction/tutoring, and support to teachers.
Dr. Homework is a platform that brings together some of the best features from traditional education and homeschooling to help students with their homework, whether they are at home or in a classroom setting. Dr. Homework was developed for parents who desired additional instruction for their students outside of the classroom. Homework has never been so effective! Dr. Homework’s innovative new software uses advanced analytics and assessments to help students with their homework, while also providing parents a multimedia platform on which they can track progress in real time (and even get tips). Dr. Homework is no ordinary tutoring platform. It utilizes best practices in online instructional strategies and tactics that are proven effective at helping learners grow skills they need confidently!

COVID-19 Response

Dr. Homework recognizes the toll COVID-19 has had on parents and students. Having students removed from their normal school daily instruction has left parents attempting to fill in where schools have left off.
In addition, parents are now in a position where they are looking for resources to assist these students. Thus, we are offering expanded classrooms and group tutoring sessions that allow students to meet with their peers online throughout the day in a guided, instructional, and safe environment. We know that many schools do not have the resources to provide online instruction. Our belief is that even though webinars, courses packets and software assignments are helpful for some students, they aren’t enough in most cases because of how diverse our society has become with age groups being exposed only through technology. Because of this, our programs are specifically designed to keep students on track and engaged with their classmates and other students their age. It is critical that our students are allowed to not only connect with their peers, but also learn through direct instruction from qualified individuals.