From whimsical bedtime stories to action-packed book series, these books will be sure to inspire adventure during the summer.
Meet the ancient ancestors of four iconic creatures: crocodiles, birds, whales and elephants. Stream it now on GPB.org.
GPB Education received first EMMY award for its PBS KIDS Young Writers Contest program.
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!
GPB Education will host two sessions at the 2018 National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference at the World Congress Center on March 16th.
Digital Learning Day was started as a way to actively spread innovative practices and ensure that all youth have access to high-quality digital learning opportunities no matter where they live.
Discovery Education’s STEM Connect Service helps students develop and apply knowledge and skills to important real-world challenges.
The Transfer Initiative Program aims to increase access to selective colleges and universities for high-achieving community college students of color who are interested in transferring to complete their bachelor's...
Two Georgia high school students were chosen for their compelling essays detailing the impact of cancer in their lives and interest in cancer research.
Turn athletes into mathletes, uncover the science in sports, and travel back in time to Ancient Greece with this Winter Olympic teacher toolkit.
Forget the pencils and paper. In our Digital Writing Lab, students are using technology to create, not just consume.
A new math game GASHA GO! for kids in kindergarten through third grade build kids' number sense.
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.
This competition recognizes and empowers the most promising young scientists in the U.S. who are creating the ideas and solutions that will address our world’s most urgent challenges.
Lawyers are very good at arguing. And so are the best writers. How will our students win the case? From what angle? How will they persuade their audience to take their side?
Through exposure to technology and diverse STEM career options, students begin to think of themselves as problem solvers with unlimited possibilities for the future.