U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona announced the 58th class of U.S. Presidential Scholars, recognizing 161 high school seniors (including three from Georgia) for their accomplishments in academics, the arts, and career and technical education fields.
Michael Kobito, an AP Music Theory teacher and high school band director at Woodland High School in the Bartow County School System, is the 2023 Georgia Teacher of the Year. State School Superintendent Richard Woods announced the selection of Kobito at a banquet held in LaGrange to celebrate all district Teachers of the Year.
GPB Education and Georgia Cotton Commission have teamed up to produce Georgia Cotton Live Exploration, a live program that will air on GPB-TV and gpb.org/cotton on May 11th at 10 AM ET.
Earth Day was first celebrated on April 22, 1970, and is considered the birth of the modern environmental movement. Use these lessons and classroom activities to continue the tradition of promoting environmental awareness on April 22 or any time throughout the school year.
GPB Education is pleased to announce the launch of our newest virtual learning journey, the National Prisoner of War Museum. Developed in partnership with the Friends of Andersonville, this virtual learning journey explores the nation's only museum solely dedicated to interpreting the American prisoner of war experience.
C-SPAN announced that students in Sandy Springs and Alpharetta, Georgia are winners in C-SPAN’s national 2022 StudentCam competition.
Julie Throne, a teacher at Cedar Shoals High School in Athens, and Tiffany Bookal, a teacher at Paul Duke STEM High School in Norcross, were among the 95 exceptional educators to receive STEM Research Grants from the Society for Science.
Despite its Irish origins, St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated around the world every year on March 17. In fact, one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations takes place right here in Georgia!
Hope Givers, the award-winning Atlanta-based film company, has announced a call for entries for its 2nd Annual Hope Film Challenge. The Hope Film Challenge is a youth filmmaking competition to help support high school and middle school student filmmakers in producing short-film content to practice their craft and further develop their storytelling capabilities featuring hope and resilience.