PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators are tech-savvy K-12 educators with a passion for using digital technology and media. They are leaders with a desire to empower their peers and share strategies around digital media integration. They are active sharers of content and ideas through social media and they embrace life-long learning, collaboration and recognizes the power technology has to inspire students. Each ...Continue Reading
If the interfaith movement in Kansas City is to have a future beyond the current moment, it will depend on training and engaging young people, like the ones who turned out for a workshop Saturday presented by the Kansas City Interfaith Youth Alliance. The event was part of Seven Days: Make a Ripple. Change the World, the initiative started ...Continue Reading
August or November? Is that really the only decision Kansas City leaders have left to make when it comes to the future of KCI? The drumbeat for putting a more than one billion dollar terminal plan before voters continued this week, with planners insisting that the new design will be almost as convenient as the existing ...Continue Reading
Mike Shanin interviews Greg Orman, former Kansas Senate candidate, about the upcoming release of his book, A Declaration of Independents: How We Can Break the Two-Party Stranglehold and Restore the American Dream. Jamekia Kendrix, Steve Mirakian, Gwen Grant and Patrick McInerney discuss a Wall Street Journal column lamenting the lack of impressive presidential candidates, the challenges ...Continue Reading
Make an Easy Lemon Tart VIDEO
When life hands you lemons (and even when it doesn’t), make this easy lemon tart from Kitchen Explorers.
It was big day at the Kansas City Zoo, where around 4,000 visitors took advantage of the cool Saturday morning weather. Curious George celebrated Party For The Planet Day by meeting his PBS fans at the Helzberg Penguin Plaza. Lots of photos were taken at the fun day.