Examining the life and legacy of the only Georgian to ever be elected president of the United States, Jimmy Carter. Tuesday, September 26 at 7 PM.
On Second Thought is a one-hour, daily news talk show that airs at 9 a.m. ET weekdays.
Braincraft is a show that takes a look at psychology and neuroscience. Host Vanessa Hill brings up everyday topics like how we develop accents to why certain colors are used in advertisements. Check out some of the episodes on GPB.
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Thu., February 25, 2016 3:09pm
Nike Co-Founder Donates $400 Million To Stanford University
The gift is one of the largest ever from an individual donor to a university. It will support a new major scholarship program aimed at tackling the world's biggest problems.
Mon., February 22, 2016 9:25am
Why Science Teachers Are Struggling With Climate Change
The results of a new survey, published in the journal Science, suggest that many of America's middle and high school science teachers are misrepresenting climate change in their classrooms.
Financial Aid 101: Earlier FAFSA Provides More Time To Line Up Tuition
This year, high school students will find out how much money they'll get from colleges well in advance. That's because FAFSA applications can be submitted as early as October.
The State That Pulled The Plug On Computer Testing
It's back to paper and pencils after Tennessee decided to shut down computer testing statewide for the year.
Fri., February 19, 2016 9:31am
Fact-Check: Bernie Sanders Promises Free College. Will It Work?
A top education analyst says the U.S. probably could get some more people through college by footing the bill, and it would probably pay for itself. But it isn't an open-and-shut case.
How Parents And Teachers Can Nurture The 'Quiet Power' Of Introverts
A new book looks inside the minds of introverted kids and teens, with lessons for schools on class participation, groupthink and public speaking.