The Homework Hotline is a joint effort between Atlanta metro school districts and Public Broadcasting Atlanta's (PBA) E-Learning/Cyber Center.
You are encouraged to call and ask questions about your homework problems. Homework Hotline teachers give one-on-one assistance and easy-to-understand explanations. These teachers have access to current textbooks and school curricula when helping students understand and solve homework problems. They won't do your work, but they will guide you through a learning process.
Available on most school nights
Homework Hotline is available Monday through Thursday, 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., except during holiday and semester breaks. The hotline telephone number is 678-553-3029.
There is no charge!
The Homework Hotline service is FREE. Support for the Homework Hotline has been made possible by local school districts and corporate and foundation contributions.
Before you call...
Before calling, you should have the following items:
- Textbook (if available)
- Homework assignment
- Pen or pencil
- Calculator (if needed)
Information you'll need...
You will be asked to give your first name, grade level and name of school. Also give the textbook title, and description of homework problem or assignment.