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The PBS NewsHour special examines the frustration pouring out onto American streets, outrage about police brutality, and America’s deep systemic racial disparities. Now streaming on GPB.org.
How teaching middle schoolers how to play the recorder helped them develop a love for music and space.
Tommy and Jon look back at Tommy's time as host of the "...
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Tile rematches and regional rivalries should provide some of the highlights this season in Class 6A.
Teams from Atlanta Public Schools showed off their best players at the College Football Hall of Fame. It looks like it could be another banner season for teams from the APS.
The non-region games in 7A lead to some real slugfests early in the season.
With all the recent controversy surrounding President Trump and his comments about North Korea, many Americans are still in the shadows about North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-Un.
Finding Your Roots is a show that explores the family trees of very popular figures with host, noted Harvard Scholar, Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
American Experience is a show that combines dramatic re-enactments with commentary by historians and authors to reveal the personalities, events and resources that shaped America's past and present.
American By The Numbers takes a look at America’s changing demographics and the stories behind them.
Braincraft is a show that takes a look at psychology and neuroscience. Host Vanessa Hill brings up everyday topics like how we develop accents to why certain colors are used in advertisements. Check out some of the...
In the year 2017 and beyond, everything has turned digital. From the office to shopping, the digital era changes how we do everything - even education.
As we continue to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month, we take a look at the first Latino American woman to receive a Kennedy Center Honors award, Chita Rivera.