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LIVE homework help, part of a student support program dubbed Study Strong, is available from the Army's Child, Youth & School Services both in school-age and middle school/teen facilities and at home. It can be accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at Tutor.com/army. Tutor.com/army is an interactive, one-on-one, tutoring service for all active-duty servicemembers and their dependants, as well as dependants of military reservists, National Guard and DOD civilian personnel when on active duty in a deployed status. If a parent returns from deployment and their child is no longer eligible for the free service, Families can elect to continue using the service for a nominal fee. With Tutor.com/army, educational assistance is provided free for all ages, from kindergarten to 12th grade, and includes support for math, science, English and social studies. Resume and career-transition services are also available for adults.

LIVE homework help, part of a student support program dubbed Study Strong, is available from the Army's Child, Youth & School Services both in school-age and middle school/teen facilities and at home.

The goal of the Army Family Covenant is clear-cut — take care of not only Soldiers, including those stationed at the Presidio of Monterey, but also families who have endured eight years of hardships as troops deployed downrange numerous times.

SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii - Two online technology programs have recently been launched to help military families with tutoring services and homework assistance.

The stars are shining in the Borough Halls of Little Silver and Oceanport. For the fourth year, both towns are participating in the Little Soldiers program and asking residents to help.

Against a backdrop of banners, students and a crowd of several hundred people, Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey Jr. and other leaders officially unveiled Project PASS.

Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants throughout Rhode Island and Bristol County are partnering with Operation Tribute this holiday season to help provide gifts to the children of military men and women.