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Education and Early Education Resources in Georgia

By Metro Atlanta Chamber

There are several national, state and regional resources available to parents, teachers and students, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Metro Atlanta Chamber team has assembled the following online resource pages for all to stay in-the-know as the community navigates remote education, homeschooling and more. Thank you to our valued partners, throughout metro Atlanta. See any we’ve missed? Submit your resources to MAC Education Policy Director Tim Cairl and bookmark the education page on the MAC website for weekly updated lists.

Regional & State Partners Resource Pages: Early Education (Birth-to-Five)

Voices for Georgia’s Children Resources Page

Georgia Department of Early Care & Learning / Bright from the Start

Atlanta Speech School: Online Preschool for Anyone


Regional & State Education Partners

What Help Do Our Local School Districts Need?

General Assembly’s Free Course: How To Teach Online

Literacy for All Resources Page 

Learn4Life – Links To Metro School Districts Incl.

Georgia Department of Education

Georgia Digital Learning Courses for Teachers, Parents and Students

The Georgia Home Classroom with Lessons and Resources from Georgia Public Broadcasting

Georgia Science Festival Launches #AtHomeSciFest

Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network Resources and Hotline info

Get Georgia Reading: Literacy Resources for All Ages

The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s COVID-19 Resource & Information Page

Georgia Department of Education Mathematics and STEM/STEAM – Remote Learning Chats


Resources for Teaching-at-Home / Remote Learning / Teleworking / Small Businesses

Google has resources to help teachers and students learn remotely including the Teach from Home Hub, which contains information, tips, resources and tools to help teachers keep teaching during the COVID-19 crisis school closures. Google also launched a remote work resource center, and a resource page for small and medium businesses that may be affected by COVID-19. 

Need Meals for Your Kids? – Click here to find meal distribution sites in your school district. Note that some districts have more than one site.  

General Assembly’s Free Online Course: How to Teach Online – Click here

Georgia Department of Education Mathematics & STEM/STEAM – Online learning chats click here

Learn4Life – What help do our local districts need?


National Partner Organizations’ Resource Pages

Ed Trust National Resource & Information Page

Brookings Institute National Resource Page

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation

ExcelinEd National Resource Page for Home-Based Education

Resources for Small Business and Nonprofit Organizations – Answers to Federal Aid

EdTrust: Parent’s Guide to Virtual Learning

EdTrust: A Teacher’s Guide to Virtual Learning

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