Want to help your students to love reading? Enter literacy interventions! Join us in conversation with Amanda Phelps, Assistant Principal of Wayne County High School, to learn more!
How can we maximize the impact of our literacy efforts in our schools and communities? Learn how in our conversations with Ronda Hightower and Ronda Walker of Laurens County Schools.
Join us in conversation with Katie Seymour of the Georgia Council on Literacy and Putnam County Primary School for another extra special episode on literacy leadership!
Looking to improve reading skills in your classroom? Join us in conversation with Beth Herod, Early Learning and Elementary Curriculum Director for Gordon County Schools, to learn how to implement skill checks and interventions to improve student literacy!
Looking to improve literacy in your classrooms? Join us in conversations with Assistant Superintendent Felicia Purdy to hear how she led the charge to improve literacy instruction for K-8 students of Seminole County Schools.
L4GA is a unique approach to improving literacy that pairs community-driven action with research-proven instruction.
The Georgia DOE is awarding a total of $241,900 to rural school districts to help them expand access to summer literacy programs.
Through the Read to the Final Four program, students have access to a personalized literacy platform and more than 6,000 digital books with unlimited online and offline access.
It is no secret that graphic novels have been creeping into the social studies curriculum. Possibly the most famous is Maus, about the experiences of a Holocaust survivor. But more and more books are being created and increasingly their timelines are inte
Georgia will receive a total of $179,174,766 over five years to continue the Literacy for Learning, Living, and Leading in Georgia initiative, which aims to improve literacy outcomes for students from birth through grade 12.
eRead Kids allows Georgia families to freely check out nearly 15,000 electronic and audio books for children in pre-k through fourth grades.
Students will fall in love with these illustrated books that celebrate the change of season.
2018 PBS KIDS Writers Contest winners were honored at awards ceremony at GPB on May 19.
From whimsical bedtime stories to action-packed book series, these books will be sure to inspire adventure during the summer.
Forget the pencils and paper. In our Digital Writing Lab, students are using technology to create, not just consume.
GPB invites kindergarten through 3rd grade students to create a great story, illustrate it and enter it in our PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
Gov. Nathan Deal, in conjunction with the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA), recently announced the launch of the Words2Reading website, a web tool with curated resources for families, caregivers and teachers
Anyone who has worked
Soar with Reading, a joint project of PBS KIDS and JetBlue Airways, will once again kick off in late June and will encourage kids’ imaginations to take flight through reading.