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!
After months of hard work, top students win at the 2018 Georgia Science and Engineering Fair.
Join us for free professional development to ignite your classroom through Computational Thinking!
Even though this winter never seemed like it would end, and was one that will live in Georgians' minds for decades to come, summer is inevitably near. The pollen is on its way and the Masters are right around the corner...
Explore these 5 ways to help students prepare for the GA social studies Milestones test.
May 4 is Georgia STEM Day. Explore exciting ways you can incorporate STEM activities into your classroom!
GPB Education is looking for Georgia teachers to serve on our advisory group.
Is Finland leading the charge in moving schools away from traditional subjects? It depends who you ask, but for most, yes. Are they completely nixing subject content areas? No, not really
It may not be possible to take my students to all of the places we learn about in Georgia physically, but I CAN take them there virtually.
Continuation of 18-year collaboration ensures students and educators access to engaging K-12 digital resources
Introduce students to the "land of the trembling earth" with this Okefenokee Swamp content collection.
Program recognizes 30 teachers nominated by their local PBS stations as leaders in their education communities
Two-week science celebration promises more than 100 events March 9-24, 2018.