The Georgia Department of Education is awarding a total of $244,714 to seven rural school districts to help them create or expand STEM and STEAM programs and activities.
The Georgia Department of Education is awarding a total of $200,000 to rural school districts to help them expand the fine arts opportunities available to their students, the third round of such funding.
Despite the craziness of this "unprecedented time," there were many moments of triumph and causes for celebration. As we at GPB Education plan for the year ahead, we wanted to highlight some of our favorite resources and moments from 2020.
New PBS KIDS show helps foster self-awareness, responsible decision-making and empathy among today’s young viewers.
Michael H. Robinson, principal of Martha Ellen Stillwell School for the Arts in Clayton County Schools, has been named the recipient of the Terrel H. Bell Award for Outstanding School Leadership. Robinson is one of 10 principals nationwide to receive the award, which is named for the second U.S. Secretary of Education and honors school leaders who are committed to education as a powerful and liberating force in people's lives.
Anatomy teacher Jessica Young and three of her students designed, prototyped, and 3D printed a prosthetic hand for an eight-year-old student who was born without her left hand.
Drawing on perspectives across Global History, these resources can serve as jumping-off points to engage students with historical themes that were as relevant in the past as they are today.
The "day which will live in infamy" is often a time of honoring World War II veterans and considering the sacrifices of the Greatest Generation. But a shift is taking place, mostly because the number of individuals who lived through or served in the Second World War is dwindling.
Join us on Tuesday, December 8th, at 10 AM to learn how to keep Georgia clean and green with GPB Education's Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Live Exploration.