Although technology can assist with homeschooling and provide supplemental instruction, it cannot replace one on one in person mentoring/tutoring. Hybrid homeschooling where students attend school a couple of days a week and are homeschooled the remaining days can be a burden on parents who work. Students are often asked to do more project based learning which can be time consuming and difficult for students who have ADHD or poor time management skills. Tutors can help break down projects and help students create a detailed plan. Common Core math concepts can also present many challenges for students. Tutors can coach students by helping to teach problem solving strategies and build their self esteem. Students who also need additional help with the writing process can receive support with brainstorming, prewriting, organization and editing. Many students struggle with even getting started on writing assignments and homeschooling can present challenges for students who need consistent guidance and checking in. Overall, hybrid homeschooling can help students to become more independent but for students who need a little more structure, tutoring for an hour or two a day can set students up for success for the rest of their homeschool day.