New digital special highlights Georgia robotics teams as they compete at the FIRST LEGO League international competition.
When a professor dies at a cutting-edge computer laboratory, Geordie turns to Leonard for assistance. Now streaming on GPB.org.
Georgia school districts seek maximum flexibility available under federal law for their assessment programs.
The 'Football Momma' that makes it happen at Pike County
Three Georgia students were named U.S. Presidential Scholars, a coveted recognition for their accomplishments in academics, the arts, and career and technical education fields.
Two of Georgia’s public schools and one public university have been named 2019 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools.
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.
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.
Through the Georgia Scholar program, the Georgia Department of Education identifies and honors high school seniors who have achieved excellence in school and community life.
End-of-the-year activities that will keep students engaged in learning those last few days of the year
Across the country — and even around the world — teachers are using Mystery Skype educational game to improve students' comprehension of geography, a subject students in this country struggle with.
More than 8 in 10 teachers support teaching kids about climate change, but fewer than half talk about it with their students.