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How I Created A Library Reflective Of My Students And Turned High Schoolers Into Avid Readers

In a school of 1300 students—more than half of which the Department of Education categorizes as economically disadvantaged—teenagers became readers.

by Jennifer Gibson | August 6, 2019

Your 2019 Back-To-School Teacher Toolkit

Gear up for a great year with fresh ideas, resources, and activities for the classroom!

by Mary Anne Lane | August 2, 2019

New Children’s Digital Library Launches Across All Georgia Public Libraries

eRead Kids allows Georgia families to freely check out nearly 15,000 electronic and audio books for children in pre-k through fourth grades.

by Mary Anne Lane | August 1, 2019

9 Tips For Building A Positive Learning Environment From Day One

Back to school tips, tricks, and strategies you can use to create the classroom environment you want for your students.

by Mary Anne Lane | July 30, 2019

Students Record Strongest-ever Overall Gains On Georgia Milestones Assessments

Scores increase or hold steady in 25 of 26 subject areas; strong increases in third-grade reading and math

by Mary Anne Lane | July 26, 2019

5 Ways To Prepare Your Child For Back To School

Summer break is almost over, and preparing to return to school can be an exciting yet anxious time for children.

by Kimberly Mobley | July 26, 2019

15 JAW-some Activities For Shark Week

Dive into these fin-tastic shark lessons and activities to celebrate this year's Shark Week.

by Mary Anne Lane | July 25, 2019

Lights, Camera, Budget! Wins Serious Play Award

GPB and GCEE game collaboration Lights, Camera, Budget! wins silver in 2019 Serious Play Awards

by Laura Evans | July 24, 2019

Georgia Students Earn 72 Medals At SkillsUSA National Competition

Georgia middle school, high school, and technical college students who progressed to the 2019 SkillsUSA National Conference brought home a combined total of 72 medals.

by Mary Anne Lane | July 23, 2019

Georgia Plan Approved To Develop Better Student Assessments

Georgia school districts seek maximum flexibility available under federal law for their assessment programs.

by Mary Anne Lane | July 22, 2019

Dad's Garage Expands High School Outreach Improv Program Statewide

Dad's Garage is empowering teachers and schools to include improv as a part of their in-class curriculum to help teach students life skills.

by Mary Anne Lane | July 16, 2019

Welcome To The Next Generation Of Discovery Education

The newest generation of DE Streaming, Discovery Education Experience, is here. With a curated and personalized layout, educators can now utilize their preferences to create the most effective and time saving experience...

by Michael Kuenlen | July 10, 2019

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