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Georgia Department Of Education Launches Partnership For Rural Growth, Dedicating An Additional $1.6 million To Education In Rural Georgia

The Georgia Department of Education is launching the Partnership for Rural Growth, an initiative to expand the resources available to public school districts in rural Georgia.

by Mary Anne Lane | October 25, 2018

Americans Select To Kill A Mockingbird As America’s Best-Loved Novel

Outlander, Harry Potter, Pride and Prejudice, and The Lord of the Rings rank in top five with over 4 million votes cast.

by Mary Anne Lane | October 24, 2018

Students Make A Movie And Learn Finance Skills With New Game Lights, Camera, Budget!

Lights, Camera, Budget! is an online game designed to help middle and high school students learn, study, and review financial literacy topics while also practicing their budgeting skills.

by Laura Evans | October 22, 2018

15 Spooktacular Classroom Resources For Halloween

No tricks, just treats! Use the following resources and activities for your kids at school or at home!

by Mary Anne Lane | October 19, 2018

For The Third Year In A Row, Georgia Students Surpass National Average On ACT

Georgia’s students continued to outpace the nation on the ACT in 2018.

by Mary Anne Lane | October 17, 2018

Information Literacy In The 21st Century

Today, our students face a daunting media landscape that never seems to turn off and is hyper-driven by getting their attention. Here's how you can help them navigate it.

by Michael Kuenlen | October 11, 2018

Celebrate Red Ribbon Week October 23-31

Unite the students in your classroom and throughout the school in a stand against drugs by celebrating Red Ribbon Week on October 23-31.

by Mary Anne Lane | October 9, 2018

Georgia Department Of Education Provides Funding For Career Education Labs

​FastTrack grants support CTAE labs in Cobb, Henry, and Hall counties.

by Mary Anne Lane | October 5, 2018

Georgia Public Broadcasting And Discovery Education Celebrate State’s 3M Young Scientist Challenge Finalist

Krish Wadhwani, 14-year-old from Alpharetta, hopes to cure Huntington’s Disease through injectable Synthetic Antibody Mimics (SyAMs) medication.

by Mary Anne Lane | October 3, 2018

Drew Charter School Visits The So Cool Zone At The Tour Championship

The Southern Company invited us to join them at their “So Cool Zone” this year where we could learn about electricity: how it is generated, stored, moved, and used most efficiently in the real world.

by Courtney Bryant | October 2, 2018

PBS KIDS Kicks Off October With New Halloween Programming, Games, And Activities For Families And Teachers

PBS KIDS invites everyone to celebrate Halloween with special episodes of their favorite shows, new games, and a wide array of activities for families and teachers.

by Mary Anne Lane | October 1, 2018

What’s Old Is New Again: Newsworthiness In The Digital Age

By being explicit about what news is and why certain topics warrant coverage for certain audiences, we can better equip students for the barrage of information that they will encounter in their lives.

by Leigh Herman | September 28, 2018

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