It’s hard to believe that it’s nearly two months since I landed in Kansas City, amidst a sea of blue. I’ve had some great experiences since then, and some troubling ones, too. But I’m feeling overwhelmingly positive about our project. In our planning, we imagined a tag line, or subtitle, that spoke to the city’s ...Continue Reading
In this Next Avenue column, find out why your parents’ advice on solo travel doesn’t apply anymore.
Did you know that KCPT’s K-12 Digital Media services serves more than 75,000 students and 6,500 teachers with classroom interactive content from Learn360 and PBS LearningMedia? We also work in the community on special projects like the Black & Veatch mentoring program and the Martha Speaks Reading Buddies, which pairs area students with resources to help them learn and ...Continue Reading
Join Nick Haines and this year’s panel for Kansas City Week in Review’s annual special looking at the top headlines of 2015 … from the suicide of Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich to the Royals winning the World Series. From a sexting scandal that brings down the Missouri House speaker to student protests that bring down ...Continue Reading
The PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators program recognizes educators who incorporate digital media in the classroom to inspire student learning. For the first time in four years, all educators that submit a complete application and meet the entry requirements will be invited to join the program! All 2016 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators will receive one year ...Continue Reading
Few local issues attract as much public attention — regardless of where you live in the metro — as what we should do with the airport. A new study released this week finds renovating KCI will cost at least $40 million more than building a brand new terminal. But now we have the numbers does ...Continue Reading