Nebraska SMART | Success Made Accessible Through Rural Tutoring

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About Us

Nebraska SMART is a free virtual tutoring program for students in grades K-12 in Educational Service Units 1, 4, and 13. Teacher education candidates from Chadron State, Peru State, and Wayne State Colleges remotely tutor students through an online tutoring platform.

Hours

Tutoring will be offered during the Spring 2024 Semester through May 3. 

3:30 PM – 6:30 PM

How it Works

Nebraska students in grades K-12 within Educational Service Units 1, 4, and 13 have free access to online tutoring with a qualified Tutor in specific subject areas. Students can request pre-scheduled appointments with a Tutor or log in to be connected with the next Tutor available in the queue. Students should provide homework for which they wish to receive help or topics that they would like to cover.

How to Schedule an Appointment

Parents must initially register their student(s) before they can receive tutoring services. Once registered, students, or parents on behalf of students can schedule a tutoring session at least 24 hours in advance. Students can join on-demand tutoring to be connected with the next available Tutor. 

Find Your School

ESU 1 Schools

ESU 4 Schools

  • Auburn Public Schools
  • Falls City Public Schools
  • Falls City Sacred Heart
  • Humboldt - Table Rock – Steinauer Public Schools
  • Johnson-Brock Public Schools
  • Johnson County Central Public Schools
  • Lewiston School
  • Lourdes Central Catholic Nebraska City
  • NCECBVI
  • Nebraska City Public Schools
  • Palmyra-Bennet Public Schools
  • Pawnee City Public Schools
  • St. Andrew Catholic School
  • Sterling Public Schools
  • Syracuse - Dunbar – Avoca Public Schools

ESU 13 Schools

Our Tutors

Tutors are full-time students at Chadron, Peru, and Wayne State Colleges who have been admitted to the teacher education program, have completed background checks, and received training through their teacher education program coursework.

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Our Partners

The Nebraska Department of Education has awarded a grant to the Nebraska State College System to develop a program that provides tutoring to students in grades K-12 in Educational Service Units 1, 4, and 13. Chadron State, Peru State, and Wayne State College each have up to 10 Tutors and a faculty Coordinator.

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