This virtual collection invites students into an engaging exploration of the Civil Rights Movement.
Hear intimate stories of refugees and migrants caught in Europe’s tightened borders. Tuesday, January 23 at 9 pm
On Second Thought is a one-hour, daily news talk show that airs at 9 a.m. ET weekdays.
From the grandeur of a ball to the poverty in London’s streets as well as the beginnings and endings of life, watching this week’s episode was something like a marathon and none of us were prepared.
Now nearly a week later those teams are preparing to compete again – only this time – it won’t be at the Benz.
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Fri., January 15, 2016 3:26pm
Praying For School Plan A
Magnet School Selection Day in Bibb County Schools can make parents hold their breath.
Fri., November 13, 2015 2:32pm
Work Begins At An Historic Macon School
A shuttered school near Mercer University is finally being redeveloped. If work is completed, there will be 71 housing units on the property that once belonged to teachers and students.
Thu., November 12, 2015 3:52pm
What Comes After Public Housing?
How far does government help take poor people into new neighborhoods?
Fri., August 14, 2015 10:24pm
The Struggle To Keep Shuttered Schools Safe and Secure
Tour a Macon school complex that’s been vacant for years… and learn what, if anything, school officials can do to keep a shuttered school from falling apart.
Mon., June 29, 2015 3:51pm
Hunger Doesn’t Take a Summer Break
The Bibb County School District in Macon feeds many of the 20,000 students that qualify for free or reduced lunch all Summer long. They get the food where it needs to go on a big, yellow school bus.
Thu., May 14, 2015 10:42pm
Forgotten Women Part 5: Addie Byrd Byers
Addie Byers was a teacher and civil rights activist who fought for equal access to educational institutions for Savannah's African American children.
Fri., March 6, 2015 7:19am
Segregation Rises In Savannah-Chatham Public Schools
Savannah Morning News reporter Jenel Few discusses her series on de-facto segregation in the Savannah-Chatham school district.
Tue., February 17, 2015 4:24pm
Democrats Offer Counter Failing Schools Rescue Plan
Democrats propose giving grants to underperforming schools that could be used toward health services, job training, tutoring and child care.
Thu., January 29, 2015 6:59pm
The Latest Shift in Georgia's Common Core Standards
Much has been made about the Common Core State Standards, and in Georgia, those standards are changing again. GPB Macon talks with the Telegraph's Jeremy Timmerman about how those changes are happening in Houston County's school system.
Tue., January 20, 2015 12:09pm
Ga. Dept. of Education Seeking Public Input On New Math Courses
The Georgia Department of Education is asking for public input on proposed changes to math classes. If the plan is approved, high schools would be able to offer two kinds of math courses.