The 2021-2022 school year is right around the corner, and with it comes change for families and educators alike as they settle into new school routines. Heading back to school during a time of ongoing uncertainty amidst the pandemic can be a stressor for students, parents and teachers. PBS is here to help with this transition with resources that support social and emotional learning.
The Georgia Department of Education is partnering with the Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network (GSAN) to administer $85 million in grants to support afterschool and summer learning in Georgia.
To combat the isolation and mental health challenges COVID-19 has brought to students and educators across America, Hope Givers launched its inaugural HOPE FILM CHALLENGE in 2021. It is an inclusive initiative to make substantive advances for connectedness in schools with students and trusted adults as well as support 6th-12th grade student filmmakers in producing short film content (30-90 seconds) to practice their craft and further develop their storytelling capabilities in telling stories featuring hope and resilience.
With a new school year quickly approaching, GPB Education has teamed up with the Georgia Department of Education to launch our latest addition to the Let's Learn GA! video series, "Getting Ready."
The summer is winding down and many families are looking for ways to prepare your child for the first day of school.
A limited number of grants of up to $10,000 are available. Any public school or school district located in a Georgia county with a population of 35,000 or less is eligible to apply. Applications are due July 30, 2021.
GPB Education announces winners of the 2021 PBS KIDS Writers Contest! The contest is held annually for kids in kindergarten through third grade.
Celebrate the USA's independence with these fun, inexpensive crafts that kids will love!
Use this collection of Father’s Day activities to show your love and appreciation for dads and father figures!