Engaging exploration delves into the complexities of slavery and freedom in...
A misunderstanding, a visit and an umbrella unexpectedly intertwine the lives of three families in this fresh take on E.M. Forster’s masterpiece. Now streaming on GPB.org.
Eating disorders are not only becoming more common they are also affecting kids as young as 5, according to doctors at Georgia’s first all ages in-patient treatment center.
Here's one last look at the heroes from the state championship...
Two Georgia high school students were chosen for their compelling essays detailing the impact of cancer in their lives and interest in cancer research.
Georgia is beyond the point of merely dipping its toe into the German-style apprenticeship waters. It wants to cannonball into the pool, but that’s going to take time—and willing partners.
A new math game GASHA GO! for kids in kindergarten through third grade build kids' number sense.
With these digital resources, GPB and PBS highlight the past and present accomplishments of African Americans and extend this study to more than a month.
What happens when the premise of a reality television competition makes its way into Long County High School?
What can you do with a Trade Five Grant? One Georgia teacher bought supplies to help build robots.
Hard work and a willingness to learn—not money—is what Derrick Clark needed to succeed.
The construction industry in Georgia needs a skilled workforce, and CEFGA is on it.
We went down to Moultrie, Georgia, to check out the first skills challenge event in the region.
One of the best ways to help achieve superior workforce development is through registered apprenticeships.