We support low-income families in the East Bay through no-cost educational consulting and school-site advocacy as well as needs-based scholarships for educational services such as tutoring.

How can I afford tutoring for my child?

Tutoring is expensive, even when a provider offers a sliding scale. We determine a student’s needs and pay the difference between the provider’s lowest sliding scale cost and what the family can afford.

For example, if your student needs two hours of math tutoring per week, this will cost you, depending on the provider, around $150 per week, or $600 per month. If you can afford a family contribution of $200 per month, AccessEd will supplement the $400 difference.

AccessEd Scholarship = Cost of Tutoring – Family Contribution

We will determine a family contribution that works for you during our intake meeting.

How do I apply for a scholarship?

To apply for a scholarship, click the button below and fill out the form.