Education Support

A wide range of students across our community suffered academic setbacks during the pandemic. Our school systems and institutions of higher learning are working hard to identify and support those students that have fallen behind, but it’s going to take a village to get our kids back on track.

Gwinnett Cares is proud to be working proactively on this front with many community-based partners to help our children reset, recover, and thrive.

Do You Need Technology Resources for Distance Learning?

Tutoring Support

Has your child fallen behind academically and needs additional one-on-one support to help fill in the gaps? Reach out to members of our education and multicultural support team to learn more about their educational support programs:

Catalyst Coalition

Corners Academy

Next Generation Focus

Path Project



Tutoring support is available on via the Gwinnett Public Library.

Early Learning for Children Ages 0-5

If you have children ages 0-5, check out the great toolkit available to you to help continue to build your baby’s brain at home!

Technology Support

If you have a GCPS student that does not have the proper technology for digital learning, please notify your school principal of your needs.