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Agatha Raisin - The Witch of Wyckhaddon

Agatha attends a Special Paranormal Activity group by accident, and must use her sleuthing skills to solve the murder of the local clairvoyant. Thursday, February 23 at 9 PM

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Introducing GPB Passport

GPB Passport is the new member benefit that provides you with extended access to an on-demand library of quality local and national public television programming, including tens of thousands of hours of your favorite programs.

February 22, 2017

Today on On Second Thought

We revisit a conversation with Historian Gary Gallagher about films shape perceptions of history. Listen today at 9 AM or streaming live at GPB.org.

February 22, 2017

Lawmakers

Watch live Georgia General Assembly proceedings while in session, and tune in at 7pm for Lawmakers with Scott Slade and Lisa Rayam.

February 22, 2017

Digital Pathways To Differentiation

Each year that I have taught inclusion, I am presented with students that fall into all different categories of learning abilities.

February 22, 2017

There’s Still Time To Take The PBS Nerd Challenge

Have you taken the #PBSNerd Challenge yet? Since the competition ends March 3, you still have time.

February 22, 2017

White House Spokesman Predicts More Federal Action Against Marijuana

The Justice Department may step up enforcement of federal marijuana laws in states that have voted to legalize its recreational use, according to White House press secretary Sean Spicer. "I do believe think you'll see greater enforcement of it," Spicer said, during his daily press briefing . He added that the Department of Justice will be looking into the issue further. Spicer's comments offer an indication of how the Trump administration may approach the nation's fast-growing cannabis industry. New Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been less direct when asked about marijuana, saying during his confirmation hearings that he would "review and evaluate" existing policies. Roughly 1 in 5 Americans now live in a state where non-medical marijuana is legal for adults and that number may be growing. Lawmakers in Maryland have recently proposed bills allowing recreational use. Medical use of cannabis is allowed in 28 states and the District of Columbia. Spicer differentiated between medical
February 23, 2017

In Eastern Virginia, Mixed Feelings on Trump's Trans Restroom Guidance

The debate over transgender restrooms is nothing new in Gloucester County, Va. The largely rural county in the eastern part of the state is the home of Gavin Grimm , whose transgender-rights case is pending before the U.S. Supreme Court. It's an area that voted overwhelmingly for President Trump in November. His administration has issued guidance rolling back protections for transgender students like Grimm — a policy popular with residents like Marshall Butler. The retiree says the county school board made the right call in refusing Grimm's request to use the boys' restroom. "I don't think we should make rules for anybody special," he says. Butler said Grimm, who identifies as male, should use the separate, unisex restroom provided by the school – or use the girls' restroom. That view is shared by Brian Hopkins, a cabinetmaker who lives in neighboring Mathews County. "I think the child is very confused," Hopkins said of Grimm. "Biologically, we are who we are. It just should be that
February 23, 2017

PHOTOS: The Final Hours Of A Dakota Access Pipeline Protest Camp

On Thursday morning, law enforcement entered the Oceti Sakowin camp to do a final sweep before officially shutting it down, ending a months-long protest against the completion of the nearby Dakota Access Pipeline. The Oceti Sakowin camp was the largest of several temporary camps on the northern edge of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. Protesters have been living on this land for months, in support of members of the Standing Rock Sioux. Supporters have said that running the pipeline under under a part of the Missouri River known as Lake Oahe would jeopardize the primary water source for the reservation, and construction would damage sacred sites, violating tribal treaty rights. The river crossing is the last major piece of the pipeline that remains unfinished. The North Dakota Joint Information Center reports that 46 people were arrested today. Others left the camp voluntarily throughout the day, according to a news release from the center. The arrests were
February 23, 2017

Private Prisons Back In Mix For Federal Inmates As Sessions Rescinds Order

New Attorney General Jeff Sessions is rescinding an Obama-era memo that directed the Justice Department to reduce the use of private prisons , NPR's Carrie Johnson reports Sessions writes in the order that returning to the Bureau of Prisons' earlier approach would provide flexibility. "The memorandum changed long-standing policy and practice, and impaired the Bureau's ability to meet the future needs of the federal correctional system," Sessions writes. Outside companies currently house about 21,000 inmates for the Justice Department, the agency reports, down from a peak of 30,000. The overall federal prison population has been falling in recent years because of changes in how some low-level offenders are sentenced. In announcing a phasing out of private-prison use in August, then-Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates wrote that the outside companies' facilities were less safe, more expensive, and "simply do not provide the same level of correctional services, programs and resources."
February 23, 2017

Vice President Pence To CPAC: 'We're In The Promise-Keeping Business'

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekk5oSoOuHc Vice President Pence is no stranger to the Conservative Political Action Conference, having addressed the annual gathering nine times when he was an Indiana governor and congressman. But on Thursday night he appeared in his new role to give a vigorous defense of the first month of President Trump's administration and pledge that the priorities their team laid out on the campaign trail would become a reality. "Over at the White House, I like to say we're in the promise-keeping business these days," Pence said, going on to list the administration's priorities. Using Trump's campaign slogan, Pence ticked off the ways they were already "making America great again" — from "putting Americans back to work already" to "rebuilding the military and putting our enemies on notice ... supporting law enforcement and ending illegal immigration once and for all ... rolling back big government and slashing through red tape ....[and] leading the fight to repeal
February 23, 2017
Georgia at Work

Georgia’s Creative Industries Pour $62 BILLION Into The State. That Means More Jobs For Georgians.

The film industry isn’t just a marketing tool for all the great things the state can offer. It’s a strong, vibrant, and lasting part of the economy.

February 23, 2017
Education Matters

What's The Connection Between Civic Engagement And Civics Education?

Whether it was this fascinating election season or a wider trend in education, an increasing number of organizations are joining an already crowded field attempting to reinvigorate civics education....

Whether it was this fascinating election season or a wider trend in education, an increasing number of organizations are joining an already crowded field attempting to reinvigorate civics education.

February 23, 2017
The Daily Jog

Top Five Shows On The GPB Now App

With the launch of the new GPB Now App available on Apple TV and Roku, watching your favorite shows has never been easier. But if you are new to the app and aren't sure what to watch, we have...

February 22, 2017
Community

Race for Preservation Supports and Shows Off Parts of Historic Savannah

This Saturday hundreds of historic preservation fans will hit the streets for the annual Race for Preservation. Daniel Carey, president and CEO of Historic Savannah Foundation, tells us more.

February 22, 2017
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There’s Still Time To Take The PBS Nerd Challenge

Haven't taken the #PBSNerd Challenge yet? What are you waiting for?

February 21, 2017

Education Blogs

What's The Connection Between Civic Engagement And Civics Education?

Whether it was this fascinating election season or a wider trend in education, an increasing number of organizations are joining an already crowded...

February 23, 2017

Digital Pathways To Differentiation

Differentiation is often a word that is drilled into our brains early on in our teaching careers.  For myself, I have heard that magic word...

February 21, 2017

Gaming The Classroom Is Not What You Think

"I actually think that Carmen Sandiego is probably the most important video game ever made," says Gabe Zichermann, "principally...

February 16, 2017

Education Spotlight

Georgia Race Through Time

Help Savannah and Peaches beat the clock and show off your knowledge of Georgia history with GPB’s new history adventure game!

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