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Classroom Conversations podcast is the place for teachers to share and learn. Presented by the Georgia Department of Education and Georgia Public Broadcasting, each episode features Georgia educators who are teaching and reaching students in innovative and impactful ways. Season 2 available now!
Gashlings work together and use their brains and problem-solving skills to keep everything running smoothly! GASHA Go! World offers math and computer science games for kids 4-8.
Explore Georgia's rich history and culture without leaving the classroom with this virtual field trip collection from GPB.
Lights, Camera, Budget! is an online game designed to help middle and high school students learn, study, and review financial literacy topics while also practicing their budgeting skills.
Explore our state's rich history and culture without leaving the classroom! The Georgia Studies collection includes a full online course, over thirty virtual field trips, Georgia Race Through Time adventure game, and more!
Georgia Public Broadcasting's education division received two Public Media Awards this year. Georgia Peanuts Live Exploration, a live virtual event highlighting the state's robust peanut industry, took home the "Learning Events" award in the education category. Georgia Public Broadcasting was also awarded "Overall Excellence in Education."
Student Reporting Labs (SRL) is pleased to announce its first Student Journalism Challenge. Students aged 13 to 18 years old from across the United States are invited to contribute written, video and audio pieces on key issues in education throughout the fall semester of the new school year. Expert judges will select the best of each format and stories will be shared widely on local and national public media platforms.
U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona recognized 297 schools as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2022, including six schools in Georgia. The recognition is based on a school’s overall academic performance or progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups. Secretary Cardona made the announcement during his Road to Success Back to School bus tour.
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Help the gashlings keep the GASHA Go! World arcade running smoothly by using your thinking and problem-solving skills! The games are designed for children ages 4-8 and are aligned to Georgia Standards of Excellence for mathematics and computer science.