Hey teachers! You know the journey to graduation starts well before students cross the stage. To learn more about what graduation coaches are doing to improve graduation rates, join us in conversation with Shaniqua Caldwell and Amanda Campbell of Peach County High School.
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Look behind the scenes of the Georgia math standards revision for secondary education. Join us for a special episode of Classroom Conversations with Lya Snell and Kenneth Golden of the Georgia Department of Education!
NPR's Student Podcast Challenge is back for a fifth year! From January 6 through April 28, middle and high school students will have the chance to submit a podcast on any topic, with a maximum length of eight minutes.
In a school of 1300 students—more than half of which the Department of Education categorizes as economically disadvantaged—teenagers became readers.
Reach, a nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C., helps older students become better readers by giving them the tools to teach younger kids.
Georgia’s high school graduation rate increased again in 2018, rising to 81.6 percent from 80.6 percent in 2017.
Explore all new features like content collections, an interactive map, standards alignments, and more!
A new Career Ready Diploma Seal will offer an additional recognition for students with exceptional accomplishments in activities, courses, and experiences that foster career readiness.
Approximately 1,800 high school students competed at Intel’s ISEF for the chance to win over $4 million in prizes.
My teaching philosophy is if I'm bored, then my students are bored, and I don't like to be bored. Blending technology with Interactive Notebooks has eliminated the boredom.
Two Georgia high school students were chosen for their compelling essays detailing the impact of cancer in their lives and interest in cancer research.
This competition recognizes and empowers the most promising young scientists in the U.S. who are creating the ideas and solutions that will address our world’s most urgent challenges.
Combining in-class exercises with guided instruction, this program gives students a taste of the performing arts.
Winner to receive $15,000 grant and opportunity to work with Discovery Communications’ Velocity Network to produce TV-ready PSA.
In a society where many cities and schools are losing at-risk students to despair and little hope, Destiny Achievers Academy of Excellence (DAAOE) is winning the battle.
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A fall weekend spent in the state of Georgia is likely to teach a visitor at least one thing: southern football is king around these parts and there is no question about it.