New digital special highlights Georgia robotics teams as they compete at the FIRST LEGO League international competition.
Meet Izzy, a hero dog at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta who takes her job, making sick children feel better, very seriously. Now streaming on GPB.org.
A panel of federal appeals court judges may uphold a lower court decision that a requirement for most citizens to have health care is unconstitutional. Read more in this week's News Round-Up.
The 'Football Momma' that makes it happen at Pike County
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.
Through the Ready to Learn grant, GPB will be working with community partners in Forest Park, GA to provide science and literacy resources for the youngest learners over the next two years.
12th annual ‘Young Scientist Challenge’ opens submissions for America’s next generation of innovators, with the chance to win $25,000
Teacher shares fun, easy, low cost, Farm to ECE, STEM, and nature-based activities in which you do not have to go outside.
This is the very first nationally distributed children’s series to feature a Native American lead character.
Despite its Irish origins, St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated around the world every year on March 17. In fact, one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations takes place right here in Georgia!
Two-week science celebration includes more than 100 events March 9-23, 2019.
High school science teachers will fly on SOFIA as part of a NASA professional development opportunity designed to improve science teaching and learning and increase student engagement in STEM.
Research suggests the more of your childhood that is spent surrounded by green spaces, the lower your risk of developing mental illness in adulthood, whether in the city or the country.
All three teachers will receive a $5,000 stipend, and each teacher’s school will receive a $10,000 grant to support innovative instructional strategies.
The American Association for School Administrators (AASA) named Bibb County Schools Superintendent Dr. Curtis L. Jones, Jr. the 2019 National Superintendent of the Year.