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Georgia Department Of Education Launches K-8 Computer Science Standards

Georgia is one of the first states to adopt K-8 Computer Science standards to ensure that all children have an opportunity to learn about computing.

by Mary Anne Lane | April 18, 2019

Fitter. Smarter. Happier: Health And Wellness Resources Extravaganza

Educators can engage students in dynamic activities, help them delve into careers surrounding exercise and recreation, as well as pursue aspects of better eating, health, and awareness of how all this affects their...

by Michael Kuenlen | April 17, 2019

Georgia Teacher Of The Year Top 10 Finalists Announced

Georgia School Superintendent Richard Woods announced the top 10 finalists for the 2020 Georgia Teacher of the Year this morning.

by Mary Anne Lane | April 15, 2019

GPB Education Takes Students On A Live Virtual Field Trip To Georgia Tech’s Flowers Invention Studio

On May 9th, see ideas transform into inventions during a live exploration of the largest student-run makerspace in the world!

by Mary Anne Lane | April 15, 2019

McIntosh County Student Named Top 10 Finalist In Discovery Education, Drug Enforcement Administration “Operation Prevention” Challenge

Olivia Humphries, a student at McIntosh County Academy, was named a finalist in national challenge for creating a video that communicates the dangers of opioid misuse.

by Mary Anne Lane | April 12, 2019

Georgia Public Broadcasting Extends Long-Term Partnership With Discovery Education Creating Digital Learning Environments Statewide

Continuation of 19-year collaboration ensures students and educators access to engaging K-12 digital resources

by Mary Anne Lane | April 8, 2019

PBS KIDS Celebrates Earth Month With All-New Resources, Inspiring Families And Educators To Explore the Outdoors

In celebration of Earth Month, PBS KIDS has announced a slate of all-new episodes, games and activities to encourage kids and families to get outside and enjoy nature.

by Mary Anne Lane | April 5, 2019

DeKalb County Student Awarded $25,000 In The Regeneron Science Talent Search

Zoe Weiss, a senior at Lakeside High School, is the first Georgia student to be named a top 40 finalist in the Regeneron Science Talent Search since 2014.

by Mary Anne Lane | April 4, 2019
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