Check out free online resources for early learning from birth to age 5 and K – 3, including links to resources for assistance with access to food, income assistance, and health care.

Find activities you can do at home and offline to help your child be ready for their next grade from K – 3. The activities are aligned with academic standards and provided to help you prepare your child for success. Not every child is expected to master every standard. These resources will be updated to add subjects and help keep learning engaging and fun.

Georgia Home Classroom is a collaboration between GPB Education and Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) to support at-home learning for students in pre-K through 12th grade, including digital learning resources and an instructional broadcast schedule.

What’s Happening?

Check out the latest news and stories that affect children in Georgia.

National Early Language and Literacy Expert Emily Rubin Completes 2024 Training Sessions for Savannah Chatham Teachers

Two-thirds of Georgia’s third-graders are not reading on grade level. The result is long-term negative consequences for those children, their families, their communities, and our state.

Empowering Communities Through Community Coalition Grant Initiative

The Sandra Dunagan Deal Center for Early Language and Literacy and the Get Georgia Reading Campaign for Grade-Level Reading are pleased to support the FY2024 Community Coalition Grant Initiative.

Super Bowl Champion Hosts Reading Rally for Thomasville Elementary Schools

The event was made possible through donations by local businesses and a matching grant from the Share the Magic Foundation, along with a Literacy Matters Grant from Congressman Sanford Bishop and Thomas County Family Connection.

What Can I Do?

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  • Hear more about our four-pillar framework for achieving reading proficiency by third grade.
  • Check out relevant data points for monitoring the progress of conditions related to achieving reading proficiency by third grade—and use our data tools.
  • Find more resources to assist your child.
  • Use the Community Locator to see if your community has joined the Campaign and, if not, find out how to bring yours together to get kids reading.

Monthly Newsletter

The Get Georgia Reading Campaign monthly newsletter connects you with each other and with resources that can help you get even greater results. It’s packed with important news, thought-provoking stories, event listings, and more.