Educational Resources


Parent Education Tutorials in BPS Major Languages

COVID-19 Academic Support for K-12 Students

  • COVID-19 Academic Support Image In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of students from Harvard, MIT, Princeton, and Yale have created a free platform for pairing undergraduate mentors with K-12 students who have been affected by school closures. The goal of this virtual service is to provide a resource for students including tutoring, college preparation, and personalized mentorship.

    If you have any questions, please reach out to:


CARES Act Grants for Immigrant Students

  • Immigrant students attending Massachusetts colleges may be eligible for emergency grants under the CARES Act. The grants could pay for costs related to educational disruption caused by the pandemic including technology purchases for online courses, internet fees, course materials, unexpected childcare costs, travel expenses, and other costs. Massachusetts Law Reform Institute (MLRI) put together a resource guide with more information: https://bit.ly/3mcorJN

Racism and Mental Health Resources

  • MGH Center for Cross Cultural Student Emotional Wellness put together fact sheets with topics related specifically to Asian American mental health. They get translated into multiple different Asian languages. Please click here to check them out.

    The latest COVID 19 related factsheets:

    • COVID 19 Infographic has information on Coronavirus, its symptoms, and safety measures to keep everyone healthy.

    • COVID 19 Racism addresses the xenophobia and acts of racism that have increased dramatically since the pandemic started.


    Immigration Resources


  • Free Immigration Consultations image Do you need immigration advice from a lawyer? Volunteer lawyers work with the Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement (MOIA) to offer free immigration consultations on the first and third Wednesday of every month from 12 pm to 3 pm. To schedule an appointment call (617) 635-2980 or email immigrantadvancement@boston.gov. During COVID-19, appointments are by telephone. Interpretation and disability accommodations are available. More information in several languages can be found on boston.gov/immigrant.

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