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New Content Added To Discovery Education’s Award-Winning Digital Services Boost Teachers’ Ability To Engage Students In STEM, Social Studies, And More

Immersive new content from Discovery Education empowers educators to create dynamic digital learning environments for all students.

by Mary Anne Lane | September 17, 2018

13 Picture Books For Autumn

Students will fall in love with these illustrated books that celebrate the change of season.

by Mary Anne Lane | September 12, 2018

GPB Education And Georgia Forestry Foundation Launch Georgia Forests Virtual Learning Journey

Take your students on an interactive journey through the working forests of Georgia with GPB's latest virtual field trip.

by Mary Anne Lane | September 10, 2018

PBS LearningMedia Unveils New Design And User Experience For Pre-K Through 12th Grade Educators And Students

Classroom-ready, standards-aligned resources and updated features offer flexibility for today’s educators on the popular free platform

by Mary Anne Lane | September 5, 2018

GPB To Host PBS KIDS EdCamp For Early Childhood Educators

Preschool and pre-k teachers are invited to join GPB Education for a free edcamp “unconference” on October 20, 2018.

by Mary Anne Lane | September 4, 2018

Discovery Education And TCS Launch Innovation Student Challenge

Discovery Education and Tata Consultancy Services’ “Ignite Innovation Student Challenge” is a new competition from the computational thinking curriculum “Ignite My Future in School.”

by Mary Anne Lane | August 28, 2018

Georgia High School Drone Team Clinches National UAS4STEM Championship

The McIntosh Multi-Rotor Team earned its second consecutive championship win and a $2,500 cash prize.

by Seth Bishop | August 24, 2018

"The Intentional Bookshelf" For Your Classroom

Imagine if, as an educator, you took the time to carefully select which books you highlighted in your classroom and within your class bookshelf - consider the impact you could have.

by Samantha Munoz | August 20, 2018

The Governor’s Office Of Student Achievement Now Accepting Applications For 2018-2019 Innovation Fund And Teaching Competition

Grants range from $10,000 up to $700,000 for innovative programs and teaching practices.

by Mary Anne Lane | August 14, 2018

Gardening 2.0: Cultivating A New Generation Of Gardeners

When students began coming to school early to work in the aeroponics and traditional gardens, we knew that our gardening experiment was a success.

by Michael McCauley | August 13, 2018

How Learning Science Is Catching Up To Mr. Rogers

The topics and the format of Mister Roger's Neighborhood are as relevant to education and child development as they ever were.

by Anya Kamenetz | August 9, 2018

Exploring CTAE With GPB

Gone are the days of shop class. Today, the pathways available are diverse, practical, and advanced: from graphic design to nursing.

by Michael Kuenlen | August 8, 2018