Georgia Public Broadcasting and Georgia Peanut Commission have teamed up to bring our latest live exploration to your classroom: Georgia Peanuts! Students, teachers, and anyone interested in learning more about our official state crop are encouraged to tune in to watch Georgia Peanuts Live Exploration on Thursday, September 30th at 10 AM ET.
Krish Wadhwani, of Alpharetta, Ga., is the founder of a multi-purpose medical non-profit, a medical researcher and scientist, and recipient of numerous prestigious awards. And he's only a senior in high school.
Now, the Denmark High School student has added three more accolades to his collection.
Integrate Hispanic Heritage Month into your lessons or home with this trove of educational videos, activities, and lesson plans.
C-SPAN's StudentCam competition returns for its 18th year engaging students across the country in a project-based learning experience. This year's theme — “How does the federal government impact your life?” — asks students to explore a federal policy or program and evaluate its effectiveness from multiple perspectives. C-SPAN and its cable and satellite television partners invite middle and high school students to enter the documentary contest, which awards $100,000 in cash prizes.
In the years since planes flew into the Twin Towers in New York, the landscape of our country and our world has changed greatly.
GPB Education is pleased to announce the launch of our latest virtual learning journey, Georgia Peanuts. Developed in partnership with the Georgia Peanut Commission, this interactive journey offers students a unique learning experience as they explore the impact peanuts have on Georgia and beyond.
PBS KIDS announced ALMA’S WAY, a new animated series from Fred Rogers Productions, will premiere on October 4, 2021. The series is created by Sonia Manzano, beloved by generations as “Maria” on Sesame Street, who broke new ground as one of the first Latino characters on national TV.
Five Georgia teachers were selected in the Society for Science's Advocate Program in the 2021-2022 school year. Three of the Advocates will each receive a $3,000 stipend while two Lead Advocates will receive $5,000 each.
Econ Express is a unique online resource that helps teachers and students learn, practice and assess basic economic concepts in a creative and engaging way. Covering 51 concepts, Econ Express serves as a general overview of the content typically taught in a high school “Intro to Economics” course. It’s all here: from the basics of scarcity and productive resources to more intricate topics like comparative advantage and monetary policy.