By Kimberly Willis Green
Teachers are standing by ready to answer homework questions at the Atlanta Public Schools (APS) Homework Hotline that is now open for the 2015-2016 school year. The Hotline is a free service for students seeking one-on-one assistance and easy-to-understand explanations about their homework.
The APS Homework Hotline, a joint effort between APS and Public Broadcasting Atlanta’s E-Learning/Cyber Center, is available to students Monday through Thursday, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., except during holiday and semester breaks. Students can call 678-553-3029 to speak with a teacher or email homework questions to them. With access to current textbooks and school curricula, board-certified teachers help students understand and solve homework problems and guide students through the learning process.
Housed at Morehouse College, the hotline is made possible by a grant from the Chick-fil-A Foundation. For more information about the Atlanta Public Schools’ Homework Hotline, visit www.myhomeworkhotline.com