The Tutor Project
Many children in Oaxaca City and in the outlying villages come from low income families in marginalized situations. Often they are eager learners but in need of extra help, especially with maths, sciences, and computer skills to complete high school and go on to higher education. University students from their own social class make ideal tutors for them. Very often these tutors are struggling themselves to pay for their own education.
CANFRO’s Tutor Project helps pay tutors a stipend for their work with high school students. This helps the tutors pay for their own education which otherwise they could not afford. We see this as a ‘win-win’ situation. Tutoring takes place at The Oaxaca Learning Centre (TOLC) located at Murguia #703.
This project provides income to offset tutors’ university expenses while they work to strengthen the academic capacity of the high school students they are tutoring. They provide positive role modeling and mentoring to younger students from the same social class.
CANFRO is proud to share real-life stories about the children and youth who benefit from this project and the dedicated staff at our partner agencies who support them. These illustrate the direct impact of your donations.
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Each year tutors spent 7,000 hours teaching and mentoring 250 students. The pass rate for higher educational entrance exams remains considerably higher than most institutions. Tutors are paid a stipend of approximately $185 CDN per month. Please consider supporting a tutor to the benefit of all.