For Educators

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.

NGE Correlations to the Georgia Performance Standards (GPS)

Georgia Studies: Economic Understandings

Georgia Studies: Geographic Understandings

Georgia Studies: Government/Civic Understandings

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

Additional Resources for Georgia Studies

Primary Documents

Civil Rights Digital Library

Vanishing Georgia

Virtual Vault

Supplementary Materials

Georgia Info

Georgia Stories

Today in Georgia History


Teaching Aids and Lesson Plans

Teacher Notes (Georgia Department of Education)

Teaching with Historic Places: Savannah: The Lasting Legacy of Colonial City Planning

Teaching with Historic Places: Fort Frederica: An 18th-Century Planned Community

 

From Our Home Page
Naomi Chapman Woodroof (1900-1989)

Naomi Chapman Woodroof, the daughter of pioneer settlers on the Snake River in Idaho, was also a pioneer in her own right.

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Peanuts

Georgia is the number-one peanut-producing state in the country, accounting for approximately 49 percent of the crop's national acreage and production.

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Woman Suffrage

Most southern women did not publicly express a desire for equal rights with men until well after the Civil War (1861-65), and

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UGA Gymnastics

As of 2005 the University of Georgia (UGA) women's gymnastics program has won

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Courtesy of Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries