Recycle Your Homework allows students to get answers to their questions from their weak subjects by answering other student's questions in their strong subjects. It also provides a way for teachers, professors, and students to answer the questions of students in need of help, as well as benefit cancer charities through the Answer for Cancer section.
Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) December 1, 2008
Andrew Wittman a local college student and CEO of Recycle Your Homework, LLC, will launch a new web site today that allows high school and college students to answer each other's curriculum related questions. Recycleyourhomework.com (http://www.recycleyourhomework.com) is a free web site where students can get and deliver answers.
The premise of the site, which is absolutely free, is that all students have strong and weak subjects and they may pose questions on the site regarding their weaker subjects and answer and respond to questions posed by other students.
"While attending high school, I noticed that every student has strong subjects and weak subjects," said Recycle Your Homework CEO, Andrew Wittman. "Recycle Your Homework allows students to get answers to their questions from their weak subjects by answering other student's questions in their strong subjects. It also provides a way for teachers, professors, and students to answer the questions of students in need of help, as well as benefit cancer charities through the Answer for Cancer section."
To get their questions answered, students must answer at least one question posed by another user. They may answer as many as they like but they must answer at least one in order to pose their own question. Once someone answers their question it will be e-mailed to them. The student then has the option to accept the answer or, if not happy, may send it back into the database for another answer.
The site, which has been in a testing phase since April 1, 2008, also has a section that allows for harder questions to be answered by teachers and professionals. This section will have banners that when viewed or clicked will send money to charities that benefit cancer research.
Recycleyourhomework.com launches officially on December 1, 2008 with a few subjects. More subjects will be added as students request them.
Recycleyourhomework.com is a web site that allows high school and college students pose questions and receive answers on various curriculum subjects. Founded by 18 year-old Andrew Wittman to help him pay for college, it launched in December of 2008
About Andrew Wittman:
Andrew Wittman is a young entrepreneur who has helped numerous people launch their own web sites through his web design company, Falcon Web Design (http://www.falconwebdesign.net). Andrew is a graduate of Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh and currently a freshman at UNC-Wilmington. In 2008 he founded Recycle Your Homework, LLC to help students in need, local charities and pay for his college tuition.