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A Vision for Elementary Math

How would math look if we combined mental math strategies, growth mindset and a work session where students experienced opportunities designed specifically for their needs?

by Carey Kelley | May 30, 2017

RPM To Provide New Path To Graduation For Richmond County High Schoolers

Beginning this August, Richmond County high school students seeking an alternative path to completing their secondary education will have one.

by Shayla McGhee | May 25, 2017

Summer Learning Activities For Kids

GPB is releasing all-new content and resources for summer to help keep kids active and encourage exploration.

by Mary Anne Lane | May 23, 2017

One Simple Trick For Parents To Help Students At Home

As students are asked to do more in the classroom, parents feel less equipped to help at home.

by RaShada Wood | May 22, 2017

Professional Development Resources For The Summer

Teachers are continuously learning and striving to become better instructors, so we're making some of their work a little easier with these PD resources.

by Shayla McGhee | May 18, 2017

Using Gray's Reef Live To Foster ELA, Science and Technology Integration

A few weeks ago, I received an e-mail from GPB Education inviting me to participate in a live stream featuring Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary.

by Emily Dixon | May 16, 2017

New Math Program Accelerates The Accelerated

Worth County Middle School’s gifted and mathematics departments began a journey three years ago that would allow accelerated students the opportunity to earn a high school mathematics credit during their 8th grade year.

by Angie Rachels | May 15, 2017

Destiny Achievers Academy of Excellence Announces Overcomers Awards Gala

In a society where many cities and schools are losing at-risk students to despair and little hope, Destiny Achievers Academy of Excellence (DAAOE) is winning the battle.

by Mary Anne Lane | May 12, 2017

Getting There From Here: Inquiry And Geo-Literacy In The Digital Age

As schools move away from filling in maps of far away countries to project and inquiry-based curriculum aimed at explaining the world's challenges as well as solving them, a new approach to geo-literacy is gaining...

by Michael Kuenlen | May 11, 2017

The Translation Academy

Five years ago I was hired to teach Spanish at Morris Innovative High School, and most importantly, was asked to have my students use their Spanish.

by Paige Watts | May 8, 2017

Fun Activities To End The School Year

The final semester is winding down and students are likely ready to mentally check out until the next school year. We all know that is not an option and that learning must continue until the afternoon bell rings on the...

by Shayla McGhee | May 3, 2017

Where's The Math?

It’s no secret that the jobs of tomorrow will be in STEM. Educators have heard this call loud and clear, and STEM curriculums are being implemented nationally.

by Kim Beck | May 1, 2017