• Start Coding with PBS KIDS!
    BY Alison Dorff | December 7, 2016

    Inspire today’s young learners with the new and free PBS KIDS ScratchJr app during Computer Science Education Week (Dec. 5-11)! Kids 5-8 years old can learn coding ...

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  • #BTS Student Reporting Labs @ Channel Islands National Park
    BY Christine Zirneklis | December 7, 2016

    Early morning light winks off the ocean as an archaeologist, nine student reporters from Etiwanda High School, two teachers, a journalist mentor, and two National Park Rangers gather on the ...

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  • Letters to the Next President
    BY Heather Toner | November 1, 2016

    Middle and high school students may not yet be able to vote, but they have a lot to say this election year. A new project, Letters to the Next President ...

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  • Teach Boldly  with the PBS Teachers’ Lounge
    BY Heather Toner | October 17, 2016

    Attention all Teachers, Educators, and PBS Nerds! Looking for a cool spot on the interwebs filled with daily inspiration, ideas, and a way to instantly connect with fellow peers from ...

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  • Student Reporting Labs Squad Grows to 3!
    BY Heather Toner | October 11, 2016

    Ever wish your high school journalism classroom could be transformed into a newsroom with support from a professional media mentor and the opportunity to be featured on PBS Newshour? Enter PBS ...

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  • Copyright for Educators
    BY Heather Toner | September 27, 2016

    Copyright for Educators is a series of videos designed to help educators learn about what they can and can't do within the category of "Teaching" in the Copyright Act. Under the ...

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  • Local Voices from the Student Reporting Labs Academy
    BY Heather Toner | July 23, 2016

    What happens when 20 students from across the country come together in our nation's capital to share their love of journalism and gain mentorship from some of the most highly ...

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