GPB is partnering with Bright By Text, a service that provides free childhood...
We turn the spotlight on incredible items with Asian and Pacific Islands origins including a Hawaiian Kou bowl, a Gandhi presentation spinning wheel and more. Now streaming on GPB.org.
Summer break is officially here! With the unknowns surrounding typical summer activities and experiences, we are sharing DIY crafts that kids can do at home.
High school sports activities will resume in Georgia June 8th.
The news is changing fast and GPB is here for you every step of the way. The most important and reliable funding for the programs that matter to you comes from you. Please do your part during this critical time.
Experience polar bears on the tundra on November 13 and November 14.
Why it really takes a village to raise a child.
Discovery Education adds a wide range of digital resources, including STEM and SEL materials.
Kerensa Wing, principal at Collins Hill High School in Gwinnett County Public Schools, was named National Principal of the Year.
Sesame Street Muppet Karli—whose mother struggles with addiction—offers hope and resilience-building strategies.
The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching is the highest award given by the U.S. Government to K12 teachers of mathematics and science.
Science teacher Lona Hall dispels the myth that teachers do nothing during the summer by sharing her experience with NOAA’s Teacher at Sea program.
Research shows that understanding and valuing one’s identity can help children develop into more confident and accepting adolescents and adults. But parents and teachers have some work to do.
Tech-savvy Georgia educator's digital revolution lifts all learners at Valdosta Early College Academy.
From spooky tales to heroic adventures, these stories will have your kids on the edge of their seats!
The 2020 TeenDrive365 Video Challenge invites students in grades 9-12 to submit an original 30-60 second PSA about distracted driving to encourage their peers to stay safe behind the wheel.
Georgia will receive a total of $179,174,766 over five years to continue the Literacy for Learning, Living, and Leading in Georgia initiative, which aims to improve literacy outcomes for students from birth through...