Georgia Public Broadcasting is gathering stories and interviews as well as video and audio clips that reflect the journey that middle and high school students make towards the goal of high school graduation.
We know that one story may not look like another. We welcome them all! We are particularly interested in “user-generated” content, especially student-created multi-media (videos, interviews) of their academic struggles and successes and those who have made an impact on them. If you would like to feature your students, your school, and your efforts to impact the graduation rate across the state, please share this message with those in your school who can bring this project to life—especially the students themselves!
Submissions can be sent in the following formats:
Digital Pictures: JPG, GIF, or PNG
**Video Clips (30 min. or less): MOV, AVI, MPEG, or WMV
Audio Clips: MP3
The final product will be available to all educators, students and parents in a variety of new media formats as part of GPB’s Georgia Graduation Stories Blog which can be found at georgia-gradstories.blogspot.com.
If you have a completed media project, story to share, or questions, contact:
Barbara O’Brien, Curriculum Content Specialist, GPB
*PLEASE ENSURE YOU FOLLOW YOUR LOCAL SCHOOL AND/OR DISTRICT’S PROTOCOL FOR MEDIA RELATIONS/MATERIAL PUBLICATION.*
** Steps for Direct Upload for Video Content
GPB has now made it even easier for you to share your Georgia Graduation Stories. Just go to the following link to directly upload your video: http://gpb.org/education/videoupload.
And follow these simple instructions:
1. Register for an account (we will never share your information with third parties because we hate spam just as much as you do).
3. Fill out the simple form.
We'll receive a notification that you've uploaded a video. Once we approve it, you'll see it on this website!