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The Winter Olympics Teacher Toolkit

Turn athletes into mathletes, uncover the science in sports, and travel back in time to Ancient Greece with this Winter Olympic teacher toolkit.

by Mary Anne Lane | February 8, 2018
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Turn Heartbreak Into Art: Win 2 Tickets To “The Moth” At Dad’s Garage!

We’ve all experienced heartbreak to some degree. Whether it’s your first childhood crush that turned you down or a marriage of many years falling apart, everyone has a story about why love hurts.

by Rachel Buchman | February 7, 2018
Education Matters

The Math, Science, And History Of Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is more than a time to pass out candy and cards. It’s a day that inspires engineering, a walk through ancient history, and mathematical techniques.

by Mary Anne Lane | February 7, 2018
MyGPB

Faith, Hope, and Charity: Three Things That Arrive in Ireland Too Late. We Recap “Victoria” Season 2 Episode 4

Despite the departures of fan-favorite Lord Melbourne and faithful companion Dash earlier this season, I think we can all agree that this week’s episode of Victoria was the most difficult one to watch.

by Rachel Buchman | February 6, 2018
Georgia at Work

Want A Career In An Entrenched Industry In Georgia? If So, Get To Know All About Logistics

The logistics industry has been a staple of Georgia’s economy for some time, and we can expect it to gain more hold in the area in the coming years thanks to several economic factors.

by Parrish Walton | February 5, 2018
Education Matters

Writing In The Digital Age

Forget the pencils and paper. In our Digital Writing Lab, students are using technology to create, not just consume.

by Stephanie Gauthia | February 5, 2018
Georgia at Work

Major U.S. Companies Aim To Capture Atlanta’s Opportunity Youth With HUGE Job Fair In May

This is going to be massive, and it's going to lead to real jobs. Get to know what the 100,000 Opportunities Initiative is all about.

by Parrish Walton | February 2, 2018
Georgia at Work

Georgia’s Students Want German-style Apprenticeships. We Need Georgia’s Manufacturers To Want Them, Too.

Georgia is beyond the point of merely dipping its toe into the German-style apprenticeship waters. It wants to cannonball into the pool, but that’s going to take time—and willing partners.

by Parrish Walton | January 31, 2018
Education Matters

New Math Game GASHA GO! For K-3

A new math game GASHA GO! for kids in kindergarten through third grade build kids' number sense.

by Laura Evans | January 31, 2018
MyGPB

France Is Stylish, But Not Altogether Respectable: We Recap “Victoria” Season 2 Episode 5

For some of the Royal Court, it felt like a vacation. For others, it was an exercise in diplomacy gone wrong. But for Victoria and Albert, this week’s episode only strengthened their relationship by the time it ended.

by Rachel Buchman | January 30, 2018
Education Matters

Liberty Elementary's Growing STEM Program

Alternative Gardening is the future of agriculture and our students are prepared to take part, thanks to their participation in STEM education, in this next generation of farming.

by Jessica Cook | January 29, 2018
MyGPB

PBS Premieres Stellar Lineup of New Programs During the Television Critics Association Winter 2018 Press Tour

This past week, during the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour, PBS presented an array of new programs that will premiere throughout the rest of the year on GPB.

by Mandy Wilson | January 26, 2018

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