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PBS KIDS Talk About: Race and Racism

A new half-hour special from PBS KIDS premieres October 9.

Face the Facts: Election 2020 Youth Town Hall, a PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs production

Hosted by Amna Nawaz, PBS NewsHour senior correspondent, the livestream showcases conversations with teens and first-time voters about how they’re engaging in this year’s historic election.

Research Learning Modules: Teaching with Primary Sources

Students learn the research process and practice important inquiry and literacy skills as they work through a series of interactive self-paced lessons.

PBS LearningMedia Elinor Wonders Why Collection

Be curious with Elinor and her friends, Ari and Olive, in the PBS KIDS series Elinor Wonders Why.

Redirecting Grief to Growth: A Trusted Space

As the nation navigates an unprecedented school year, this film and curriculum offers tools to mitigate the effects of grief, trauma, anxiety, and other emotional stressors affecting both students and teachers.

Pandemic prompts parents to give pod learning a try

Supporters say it opens the door for educational reform, but the reviews are mixed.

GoFundMe campaign raises more than $20,000 for students at San Xavier Mission School

The money will be used to buy laptops for students in the Tohono O'odham Nation doing virtual learning.

Sensory park for kids with autism breaks ground in Tucson

Parents with children on the autism spectrum will soon have a park where they can take their kids without worrying about their safety.

As schools reopen, Arizona confronts high rates of COVID-19 in youth

The state’s youth case rate was the third-highest among 48 states reporting, according to a report.

Education notebook: Teacher shortage worsens amid pandemic, UA and county address rising cases

Since classes went mostly online in March, the quality of the education that students were to receive came into question.

Education notebook: County case rates rise as hybrid learning begins, UA continues the fight against COVID-19

Due to rising case rates, Pima County no longer fully meets the criteria set for reopening schools, according to data from the Arizona Department of Health Services.

After two years, measure taxing the wealthy to fund education is on the ballot

The business community opposes the Invest in Ed Act, which would fund education through a tax on high earners.

People with disabilities face both unique and common challenges during pandemic

Educators and service providers discuss how the pandemic has impacted community members with disabilities in Arizona.

Education notebook: Pandemic worsens inequalities in education

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted inequality pretty much everywhere, from economics to medical care to access to voting. The education system is no exception.

PBS NewsHour | Daily News Story

Lesson plans and resources to help achieve Common Core State Standards goals and cover core academic subject areas ranging from civics and government to world affairs and education.

Fostering Youth Voice and Leadership

Training young people to be organizers means training them with critical life skills. Organizing is about helping young people understand how they can contribute civically, and supporting them to advance racial justice.

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