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Education and New Media

Heather Neal is a content editor at GPB where the best part of her job is direct interactions supporting Georgia’s educators. She's a Georgia native who loves exploring the state and sharing its diversity with her family and friends. Heather's favorite teachers are Mr. Smith and Dr. Johnson who each taught her the values of individuality, creativity, and critical thinking.

Recent Blog Posts

GA high school students improved this year on end-of-course tests (photo courtesy of igoghost via stockxchng)

Georgia Students Post Test Gains

Last year, Georgia changed the way it does some of its student assessments. In April 2011, the state Board of Education approved a plan to phase out the Georgia High School Graduation tests...

Delicious menu for Saturday's episode airing at 2:30pm.

The Right Fish - Eat Like There's No Tomorrow

The last episode of Eat Like There’s No Tomorrow features farm fresh seafood that will make your mouth water. Chef Hans Rueffert incorporates seafood ingredients that have been raised just right, and...

Live from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. Wednesday, July 4th, from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m.

Independence Day

Independence Day lands square in the middle of the week this year. That may mean that you’ll be keeping the celebrating a little closer to home since it isn’t up against a long weekend. Odds are,...

The White House has a YouTube Channel

The White House has a YouTube Channel and you can watch it, share it, and use it in your classroom. Help your students understand the varied roles of the President and Vice President, as well as...

Georgia Lottery

Lottery History in GA Education

Today in Georgia History, the Georgia Lottery sold its first ticket to support education in the state. But, it wasn’t first time that a lottery had been in place. In the 18th and 19th centuries,...

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