It’s natural that each individual who starts volunteering with School on Wheels has some apprehension about being a new tutor. While we know each person will positively impact our students, we also want to reassure our volunteers by answering some of the questions they have about the tutoring session or


During School on Wheels’ first year, we served 50 kids. This year we expect to serve 400. But we aren’t chasing numbers, we’re chasing impact. That’s why we are so excited about our newest program expansions! We’re even more excited to announce that the following program expansions have been made

I started tutoring in January 2010 after being referred to School on Wheels by a friend.  I saw tutoring as a great way for me to give back to the community in a way I hadn’t before – by giving my time.  What I didn’t expect was that I would

Most of the children at the shelters where we tutor say that they want to be a lawyer, doctor, or teacher. 12 year old Chandler has different aspirations. He wants to be a professional voice actor for television and movies. Think Finding Nemo or The Lion King. Chandler is bursting

[onethird][/onethird] Over the past couple of years, Matt Tully has helped spark serious discussions around education in our city.  In his columns for the Indy Star, as well as his own blog posts, Matt has covered topics ranging from problems and inconsistencies in our local school districts to praise for local officials making