Does your child need help building study skills? Do you have questions about your child's homework assignment? Concerned about learning loss?
Find answers to your homework needs at Chicago Public Library. We have resources to help.
Teacher in the Library
Looking for help with school work? Join other kids and families for out-of-school learning support. Get help from a certified teacher to complete homework and improve study skills. Try Teacher in the Library in person or online!
Drop in for homework help at CPL locations around the city; schedules vary by location:
- Albany Park
- Back of the Yards
- Brighton Park
- Bucktown-Wicker Park
- Budlong Woods
- Chicago Bee
- Greater Grand Crossing
- Harold Washington Library Center - Thomas Hughes Children's Library
- Jeffery Manor
- Little Italy
- Logan Square
- McKinley Park
- North Austin
- North Pulaski
- Rogers Park
- South Shore
- Thurgood Marshall
- West Belmont
- West Englewood
- West Lawn
- Whitney Young
Register for one or more of our Homework Help: Virtual Teacher in the Library sessions with a quick question or stay for the whole session. Sessions are available from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
Teacher in the Library services are scheduled from the Tuesday after Labor Day to the Thursday before Memorial Day.
Get homework help online every day from 2 to 11 p.m. through Brainfuse. Get expert help with:
- Writing assignments
- Math, science and social studies subjects
- Spanish homework
- English as a second language lessons
Available in English and Spanish for early elementary through advanced college prep students. Practice tests (including ACT/SAT), a writing lab, video content and other resources are available 24/7.
Use Brainfuse on any connected device or at home with your library card.