For free, kindergarteners through twelfth graders can use TutorATL.org from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. to receive personalized homework help. (Courtesy of Cobb County)

Cobb offers free online tutoring

In response to school closures during the COVID-19 pandemic, the daily hours for availability of TutorATL’s online tutors has been expanded from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.

TutorATL features personalized homework help and expert tutors in more than 50 subjects with bilingual offerings, according to a Cobb County statement.

On-demand access to tutors has doubled with morning and early afternoon sessions added.

For free, Cobb County Public Library offers TutorATL to kindergarten through twelfth grade students who have regular Cobb library cards or Library Public Access for Student Success (PASS) accounts.

Library PASS accounts are offered to all Cobb County and Marietta City students.

Student numbers are the keys to Library PASS access.

Powered by Tutor.com, TutorATL is a service of ATL PBA and is made possible by the Chick-fil-A Foundation.

Information: TutorATL.org, CobbCounty.org/communications/news/cobb-schools-cobb-library-partner-extend-digital-learning-resources

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