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August 17-21 the PBS NewsHour will look at efforts on campuses across the country -- from the University of Texas - Austin to Valencia College in Orlando, Florida -- focused not just getting more low-income, first-generation students into college, but through college to a useful credential.Read More
Until recently, many teachers only had one word of feedback a year: satisfactory. With no feedback and no coaching, it's difficult to improve professionally. Bill Gates suggests that even great teachers can get better with smart feedback, and lays out a program from his foundation to bring timely feedback to every classroom.Read More
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This Youth Action Guide from Independent Lens is designed to inspire youth leaders to educate, collaborate, and co-create with their peers, their parents, and their communities. Together, they can help remove challenges faced by Latino students and explore organizing strategies that can make a difference.Read More
Youth often struggle with identity and discovering who they are. Resources from Florida PBS LearningMedia give students an opportunity to watch videos about self-acceptance and forgiveness and explore how these qualities relate to personal growth and leadership potential.Read More