GPB invites students in kindergarten through 3rd grade to create a great story, illustrate it and enter it in our PBS KIDS...
The Atlantic Coast Conference's best entrepreneurs battle it out Shark Tank-style for patents and prizes before a panel of 3 judges. Now streaming on GPB.org.
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 lives.
Learn the inspirational journey from paralyzed player to assistant...
GPB's Spring Drive may be flying under the radar this year, but we're still relying on you to provide the support we need to bring you the programs you love.
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...
Georgia School Superintendent Richard Woods announced the top 10 finalists for the 2020 Georgia Teacher of the Year this morning.
On May 9th, see ideas transform into inventions during a live exploration of the largest student-run makerspace in the world!
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.
Continuation of 19-year collaboration ensures students and educators access to engaging K-12 digital resources
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.
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.
Special episode to air on PBS KIDS—new bilingual resources celebrating families, addressing topics like bullying also launched
Students on the Putnam County High School team took first place and each received a $16,000 scholarship to attend Sullivan University.
History came to life at Lincoln County Middle School last week as a panelist of local community members shared their experiences involving the racial integration of their Lincolnton, GA high schools.
Reach, a nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C., helps older students become better readers by giving them the tools to teach younger kids.
Georgia partners with the SANS Institute to provide high school girls and college students with the opportunity to develop their skills and explore careers in the cyber industry.