Kid By Kid in the News
La Jolla Light
Daxton Gutekunst, a 15-year-old sophomore at The Bishop’s School in La Jolla, is working to ensure that his nonprofit, Kid by Kid, continues to provide tutoring services to those who need it most, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Giving Back Magazine
When Bishop’s High School Student Daxton Gutekunst, started his non-profit, “Kid by Kid” in 2018, he designed it as a Saturday face-to-face sit down with free tutoring and pizza; an opportunity for students to help other students who have fewer educational resources.
According to a study from the Migration Policy Institute, among America's low-educated parents of young children, 77 percent are immigrants or refugees. In San Diego alone, immigrants and refugees account for 39 percent of parents residing with at least one child under the age of 18.
Press Release (8/18/20)
LOCAL KIDS WORKING TO CLOSE
COVID-19 EDUCATION GAP
Student-Built Online Platform Tutoring At-Risk Pupils Reaches
500 Hour Milestone and Seeks More Student Volunteers
Press Release (11/12/20)
Local Refugee Students Work with High School Mentors to Close the Education Gap
San Diego Student Tutors Provide Tutoring Support and Peer Mentorship To Refugee Students from Burma