From whimsical bedtime stories to action-packed book series, these books will be sure to inspire adventure during the summer.
NOVA presents an intimate portrait of Neil Armstrong, the first person to set foot on the moon, through interviews with Armstrong’s family and friends. Watch today at 9:00 pm and stream more NOVA now on GPB.org.
New K-5 standards aim to help students understand the powerful impact of agriculture on Georgia’s prosperity.
The 'Football Momma' that makes it happen at Pike County
GPB’s fiscal year ends on June 30th. Do your part to help us end the year strong and your contribution will be matched dollar for dollar thanks to a generous challenge from Pembroke Advanced Communications, Mary Anna Hite and Elizabeth Norman. Thanks for your support!
I knew that Georgia Public Broadcasting was a haven for dog lovers when I arrived for my first meeting with CEO and President, Teya Ryan.
Summer for young children is a time for play dates, fun-in-the-sun, and fun-filled days of doing not much of anything, but summer should also be a time filled with learning.
GPB Education celebrated 16 top young writers in Georgia in its annual PBS KIDS Writers Contest awards ceremony.
New videos, a storybook, and interactive activities feature Karli, a new Sesame Street Muppet in foster care, and her foster parents.
Tracey Pendley, a fourth-grade teacher at Burgess Peterson Academy in Atlanta Public Schools, is the 2020 Georgia Teacher of the Year.
More than 300 people in Georgia have been affected by hepatitis A and one person has died between June 2018 and May 3, state health officials said Tuesday. Read more in this week's News Round-Up.
Next week, GPB hits the mat with some fearless high school wrestlers, unearths a legendary lost army and more.
PBS KIDS and GPB dive into summer with new programming, digital resources, community activities, and more for the whole family.
If students want to better understand the work of the Special Counsel, these resources are available to support their inquiry into the work of government commissions.
Georgians from all over the state came to Georgia Public Broadcasting by the dozen last Saturday to share memories of, and memorabilia from, Rich’s department store.
Next week, FRONTLINE revisits the Mueller investigation while NOVA explores the beginning of the relationship between horses and mankind.
Starting Jan. 1, Georgia will have one of the strictest abortion laws in the country, if it survives legal challenges from abortion rights advocates and civil rights groups. Read about the signing of HB 481 and more of...