In recognition of International Women's Day on March 8 and Women's History Month, we're celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women through the lens of leadership, language, and authorship. Use these free resources to examine the female voice and perspective while examining the significant contributions of women.
GPB Education and the Georgia Forestry Foundation are excited to announce the launch of Georgia Forests Virtual Learning Journey II, an interactive experience for high school students. Aligned to Forestry Management and CTAE Georgia Standards of Excellence, this virtual journey offers an exploration of Georgia's forestry industry, operations and forest products, sustainability efforts, and recreation and wildlife supported by the state's forests. A variety of career opportunities are also featured throughout this journey.
Atlanta’s preeminent science celebration announces virtual/in-person hybrid with more than 80 events between March 13-27, 2021.
Explore the rich history and the institution of the U.S. Presidency—from George Washington to Barack Obama. Understand the duties and powers of the President of the United States and the First Lady, gather important background information with our Presidential biographies, and engage with videos and primary sources that place you back in time at some of the most pivotal turning points in American history.
Valentine’s Day is more than a time to pass out candy and cards. It’s a day that inspires engineering, a walk through ancient history, and mathematical techniques.
Six Georgia schools received grant awards to support innovative projects designed to engage students in an inventive way demonstrating the potential for lasting impact on the academic environment.
Holocaust Remembrance Day is internationally celebrated each year on January 27th to coincide with the Liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp at the end of World War II. Here are 20 resources to help teach students about the significant events of the Holocaust and the resilience of the people Jewish people.
Black History Month is celebrated each year in the United States during the month of February to coincide with the birthday of President Abraham Lincoln on February 12 and Frederick Douglass on February 14.
GPB invites students in kindergarten through 3rd grade to create a great story, illustrate it and enter it in our PBS KIDS Writers Contest.