GPB is partnering with Bright By Text, a service that provides free childhood...
Interviews and live performances showcase Macon’s past and present music heritage, including Little Richard, James Brown, Otis Redding, The Allman Brothers Band, and more. Now streaming on GPB.org.
Tommy and Jon look back at Tommy's time as host of the "Friday Night High School Scoreboard Show"- a role Tommy steps away from after 15 years to focus on his fight with cancer...
Tommy and Jon look back at Tommy's time as host of the "...
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Continuation of 19-year collaboration ensures students and educators access to engaging K-12 digital resources
12th annual ‘Young Scientist Challenge’ opens submissions for America’s next generation of innovators, with the chance to win $25,000
NBA hosts no-cost virtual field trip focusing on how the STEM skills students learn today can lead to future career opportunities
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Discovery Education give youth a voice in combatting the misuse of prescription medication with call-for-entries announcement.
Krish Wadhwani, 14-year-old from Alpharetta, hopes to cure Huntington’s Disease through injectable Synthetic Antibody Mimics (SyAMs) medication.
Immersive new content from Discovery Education empowers educators to create dynamic digital learning environments for all students.
Discovery Education and Tata Consultancy Services’ “Ignite Innovation Student Challenge” is a new competition from the computational thinking curriculum “Ignite My Future in School.”
Immersive new content empowers educators to create dynamic digital learning environments for all students.
Later this summer, a group of educators served by GPB will join more than 100 of their colleagues from around the world for the 2018 DEN Summer Institute, an immersive, week-long professional development experience.
Middle schooler Krish Wadhwani will compete for $25,000 and the title of "America’s Top Young Scientist" in the nation’s premier science competition.