Lots of homework help on the Web

09/5/2006 | NYTimes.com

On her first foray into the crowded world of Web-based homework sites, parent Alina Tugend finds two major types of resources: those that give students online access to tutors and those that help children search for answers. Her picks include Tutor.com, widely used in public libraries and schools, and AOL's new StudyBuddy, which searches only for teacher-approved sites.

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