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Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) has teamed up with the Georgia Council on Economic Education (GCEE) to launch Start It Up, a new online game aligned to Georgia high school economic standards. This interactive simulation helps students and young adults understand the complexities of opening a business, including the risks and rewards of entrepreneurship, how to get funding for an idea, why small businesses sometimes fail after a few years, and what decisions help businesses succeed.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is accepting applications for its 2023 Career Academy now through November 30. The Georgia DNR Career Academy is a week-long, overnight program for current 9th, 10, and 11th graders designed to introduce students to future careers with the Department.
In November, the United States honors and celebrates the customs and legacy of Native Americans.
Small Bites Adventure Club teamed up with Georgia Grown to produce 12 videos featuring Georgia specialty crop farmers. Each video is accompanied by an engaging teaching supplement that connects video content with Georgia Agriculture Education standards, health education, and science standards.
Broadcom Foundation and Society for Science are thrilled to announce that nine students from the Atlanta, Georgia area are among the top 300 middle school scientists in the country. They have been named to a list of the Top 300 Broadcom MASTERS® — the nation's premier Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) competition for middle school students.
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Georgia Public Broadcasting's education division received two Public Media Awards this year. Georgia Peanuts Live Exploration, a live virtual event highlighting the state's robust peanut industry, took home the "Learning Events" award in the education category. Georgia Public Broadcasting was also awarded "Overall Excellence in Education."
Student Reporting Labs (SRL) is pleased to announce its first Student Journalism Challenge. Students aged 13 to 18 years old from across the United States are invited to contribute written, video and audio pieces on key issues in education throughout the fall semester of the new school year. Expert judges will select the best of each format and stories will be shared widely on local and national public media platforms.