Instructional Resources and Support

  • Dr. Kim H. Moore Director
    678-301-6828

    The Office of Instructional Resources and Support provides schools with quality instructional and technology resources that meet the needs of all learners for each content area. This is accomplished by leading and supporting schools and the district office to be responsible stewards of GCPS financial resources through the selection, purchase, inventory, and accountability of instructional resources.

    The Instructional Resources and Support Office, in conjunction with each curriculum area office, facilitates the review, pilot, and adoption processes for new instructional materials, including print and/or digital formats. Each curriculum area’s core resources are reviewed and adopted on a staggered cycle approximately every 8 years. Part of this process includes an annual public review where educators, parents, and community members are invited to peruse and comment on resources being considered for adoption. If you are interested in learning more about the review process, please email instructional.materials@gcpsk12.org or call 678-301-6828. 

    The Office of Instructional Resources and Support also facilitates the process of the annual review of curriculum through the Gwinnett Educational Management System (GEMS).  The GEMS Oversight Committee includes community and school system representatives charged with the review of the Academic Knowledge and Skills (AKS) curriculum.  After the review, the committee recommends revisions and additions to the CEO/Superintendent for adoption by the Gwinnett County Board of Education. The annual review meeting is typically held the first week of November.  Several months before the meeting, GCPS will invite parents, community members, and school district employees to apply for the GEMS Oversight Committee.  This office also assists in updating databases that list the Academic Knowledge and Skills (AKS) for all subject areas. Documents listing the AKS by subject, level, and grade are available as downloadable documents from the GCPS website.

  • Dr. Kim H. Moore, Director
    Dr. Kim Moore, Director