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NGE Correlations to the Georgia Performance Standards (GPS):

Enter a specific GPS identifier (e.g., SS8H1) to find NGE content related to that standard.

*Currently available only for eighth-grade Georgia Studies.

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Georgia Studies: Economic Understandings (GPS)

Georgia Studies: Geographic Understandings (GPS)

Georgia Studies: Government/Civic Understandings (GPS)

 
(Complete list of Grade Eight: Georgia Studies Performance Standards is available from the Georgia Department of Education.)
 

Browse NGE Correlations to the Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE)

*Implementation begins 2017-2018
 
 
 
 
 
(Complete list of Eighth Grade: Georgia Studies Standards of Excellence is available from the Georgia Department of Education.)
 

Additional Resources for Georgia Studies

Primary Documents

Civil Rights Digital Library

 
 

Vanishing Georgia

Supplementary Materials

Georgia Info

Georgia Stories

Today in Georgia History


Teaching Aids and Lesson Plans

History Matters: The U.S. Survey Course on the Web (American Social History Project)

National Park Service: Teaching with Historic Places

Social Studies Frameworks (Georgia Department of Education)

Teacher Notes (Georgia Department of Education)

 

 

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Slater King (1927-1969)

Civil rights activist Slater King was a successful realestate broker who focused his entrepreneurial skills on farsighted plans to

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Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)

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Ebos Landing

The story that gives Ebos Landing its name is one of the most colorful and enduring tales in Georgia's rich

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Carson McCullers (1917-1967)

With a collection of work including five novels, two plays, twenty short stories, more than two dozen nonfiction pieces, a book of children's verse, a small number of poems, and an unfinished auto

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