While schools in Los Angeles County generally have to remain closed, there are a few exceptions — like supporting students who struggle the most with distance learning.
Under the agreements, which were signed Thursday, teachers cannot be forced to participate.
Those who choose to — and their students — will have to get tested for COVID-19 first.
The one-on-one tutoring will be offered in 50-minute sessions and is intended “to mitigate the effects of school closures,” according to a district spokesperson.
More than 140 LAUSD schools have indicated they intend to provide some in-person services for students with special needs and English language learners.