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Make 2019 the best year yet with GPB Education!

by Mary Anne Lane | January 1, 2019

GPB Education’s Top 10 Moments Of 2018

We’re celebrating another successful year by counting down our favorite moments and projects of 2018.

by Mary Anne Lane | December 26, 2018

How To Continue The Work Of Computer Science Week With Your Students

For Georgia's teachers, there are countless resources freely available to build a well-rounded computer science curriculum for any age and across disciplines.

by Michael Kuenlen | December 12, 2018

Social And Emotional Learning Can Help Educate the Whole Child

As the world around spills into our schools, educating the "whole child" now requires us to consider not only our students' knowledge of content areas but also community engagement and their own mental health. This...

by Michael Kuenlen | December 10, 2018

NPR Launches Podcast Challenge To Amplify Student Voices

Contest for teachers and students grades 5-12 opens January 1, 2019.

by Laura Evans | December 6, 2018

Realistic Approaches To Closing The Big, Fat, Obnoxious Achievement Gap

How do we close the achievement gap that is so prevalent in classrooms across Georgia while supporting and welcoming the diversity of our learners?

by Christine Mattke | December 3, 2018

Free Activities To Engage Students In An Hour Of Code

Join more than 100 million students worldwide for an Hour of Code.

by Mary Anne Lane | November 30, 2018

Teens Invited To Enter Third Annual Operation Prevention Video Challenge

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Discovery Education give youth a voice in combatting the misuse of prescription medication with call-for-entries announcement.

by Mary Anne Lane | November 21, 2018

New PBS KIDS Show LET’S GO LUNA! Takes Children Around The World Beginning November 21

New animated social studies series helps kids explore the cultures of Japan, Egypt, Peru, and more.

by Mary Anne Lane | November 15, 2018

Georgia Preschool Teacher Recognized As PBS KIDS "Early Learning Champion"

Andrea Zoppo, one of 17 early childhood teachers and care providers and the only teacher from Georgia, will receive professional learning opportunities over the next two years as a part of a new awards program from PBS...

by Mary Anne Lane | November 14, 2018

Art Education For The 21st Century

The relationship between art education and our fanatic focus on STEM can lead to the biggest and most innovative breakthroughs.

by Michael Kuenlen | November 6, 2018

Georgia Middle School Student Develops Device To Predict Effects Of Autism; Wins Award In the National Broadcom MASTERS Competition

Asmi Kumar, a 14-year-old student from Milton, GA, developed a prototype that aims to predict autistic meltdowns.

by Mary Anne Lane | October 31, 2018

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