Teen Homework Help

Math Homework Help for Teens

Homework Resources

eLibrary Access for Schools
Use these popular free Library resources in the classroom, or for homework and independent study.

Virtual Tutoring
The Indiana University School of Education is offering free virtual tutoring from mid-September through Thanksgiving for K-12 students from School of Education teacher candidates. Students will be matched with a teacher candidate based on availability and grade level. Requests can be made at go.iu.edu/3ayw and questions can be sent to edhelp [at] iu.edu

Indiana Kids
Sign up for this free, enrollment-based academic tutoring and mentoring program for students in grades 6–12. After enrolling, students meet with mentors to make arrangements for in-person and online tutoring dates. Help with English, social studies, science, and math assignments is available. Indiana Kids is a collaboration between Indiana University and Serve Indiana.

AskRose Math & Science Help
Call, email, or chat online with a friendly tutor from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. AskRose tutors help students truly comprehend the questions, arrive at the answers themselves, and prepare to tackle similar questions on their own.

Citing Sources
Learn how to properly report where you find your information.

Know Your News: Evaluating Sources
Information is everywhere, so how do you know what's reliable? This guide offers tips on differentiating between good and bad sources of information.

HomeworkSpot
Browse common homework topics by grade level (K–12). This includes reference tools and information on current events.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
Check the spelling, meaning, and origin of a word, or find synonyms using the thesaurus.

The Online Students’ Research Toolkit
This guide outlines information on how to find resources online, where to find accurate information on different industries, and the proper ways to cite and evaluate these sources.