Jon Nelson went to Cambridge High School to check in on football practice and protocols.
This timely, music-filled special helps address some of the challenges and disappointments “little tigers” and their families may be experiencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Georgia Department of Education and Georgia Department of Public Health are releasing Georgia's K-12 Recovery Plan – guidance to help schools plan for a safe return to in-person instruction in fall 2020.
High school sports activities will resume in Georgia June 8th.
The Georgia High School Association has taken its first major step toward resuming athletics in the state.
Six working groups formed will assist in planning the next steps forward and providing guidelines and supports for schools for the next school year.
Each Wi-Fi Ranger can enable internet connections for up to 45 devices at one time.
Ideas from an educator on what needs to change to support long-term distance learning.
Gov. Kemp and the Georgia Department of Community Affairs launched a new website to inform Georgians about ways to connect to high-speed internet throughout the state.
YouTube videos that help answer questions kids (and adults!) have about the coronavirus.
Rich array of Sesame Street content, including newly produced Sesame Street Muppet moments designed to entertain, educate, and comfort parents, caregivers, and children
In partnership with Georgia Department of Education, GPB is offering broadcast programming and accompanying digital resources to provide continued at-home learning.
GPB Education is now more than ever dedicated to providing families and educators with free high-quality digital learning resources.
All Georgia elementary, secondary, and post-secondary schools will be closed from March 18 until March 31.
Many school districts are offering free meal pick-up for students.
State School Superintendent Richard Woods is suspending state assessments, educator evaluations, and attendance-related consequences.
Answers to common questions and resources to help kids and adults understand the coronavirus outbreak.