From whimsical bedtime stories to action-packed book series, these books will be sure to inspire adventure during the summer.
NOVA presents an intimate portrait of Neil Armstrong, the first person to set foot on the moon, through interviews with Armstrong’s family and friends. Watch today at 9:00 pm and stream more NOVA now on GPB.org.
New K-5 standards aim to help students understand the powerful impact of agriculture on Georgia’s prosperity.
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!
Forget the pencils and paper. In our Digital Writing Lab, students are using technology to create, not just consume.
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.
Through exposure to technology and diverse STEM career options, students begin to think of themselves as problem solvers with unlimited possibilities for the future.
What happens when the premise of a reality television competition makes its way into Long County High School?
For Virtual Reality, seeing really is believing.
By teaching students about cooking and farm-to-table, we can whet their appetite for learning and lead them to make healthy, informed choices about what they eat for decades to come.
After initiating my new position as the K-5 STEM lab teacher at Harmony-Leland Elementary School, I was on a mission to do more for the 700 plus students in my school.
At Northside, our goal is to break the cycle of generational poverty and to prepare our students to successfully enter the 21st Century work force.
A last-minute field trip gave students a unique opportunity to witness one of nature's most spectacular events.
Vanessa Ellis, the rapping social studies teacher and Georgia Economics Teacher of the Year, shares tips and tricks on adding zest to the classroom.