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For Library Administrators

At The Princeton Review/, it is our mission to help public libraries build stronger communities. A partnership with The Princeton Review/ facilitates the library's mission to provide learning solutions for patrons of all ages, as well as equal access to information and education.

Be an education equalizer.

Not all parents can afford a private tutor or help their children with homework. Make sure every child has access to great academic support in your community. The Princeton Review/ levels the playing field. Reach all of your patrons by providing access wherever and however they can connect to the internet. According to the Pew Research Center, 41% of students in low-income homes connect to the Internet with their cell phones, our solutions are compatible with all mobile devices (including tablets!), and can be accessed in-library or remotely, so that your patrons always have access to the help they need.

Serve more teens in your community.

Teens need libraries! Show the teens in your community that your library is more than a building of books by providing them with services they will all use. Your patrons can use The Princeton Review/ for help with virtually all of their academic needs, including:

  • Book reports
  • College applications
  • College entrance exam prep
  • Essays
  • Homework
  • Lab work
  • Research papers
  • Science projects

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