This collection of targeted video segments, audio files, lesson plans, and guides from PBS LearningMedia is designed to give you the tools you need to drive innovative thinking among middle and high school students. Resources explore the critical and creative skills that engineers, inventors, musicians, farmers, and scientists rely on to develop the innovative products ...Continue Reading
Few creative figures before or since Walt Disney have held such a long-lasting place in American life and popular culture. This fall, American Experience will take an unprecedented look at the complex life and enduring legacy of one of America’s best-known storytellers with the four hour documentary “Walt Disney.” Get a sneak peek at the ...Continue Reading
KCPT received 8 nominations for the 2015 National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Mid-America Regional Chapter EMMY® Awards. The nominations are based on outstanding cultural, educational, technological, entertainment, news and informational achievements in television. “As KCPT continues to grow and expand our services, it’s especially rewarding to be honored by our peers for the work ...Continue Reading
This week, we pull back the curtain on the convention business with the man charged with selling Kansas City to the nation, Ronnie Burt, the CEO of Visit KC. Plus, in our reporter roundtable we mark the first anniversary of Ferguson and explore its local impact. And fighting it out for your signature as dueling ...Continue Reading
Watch EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy’s recent conversation with Charlie Rose about the president’s Climate Change Plan.
KCPT will be providing some exciting workshops and services this semester. Below are a few of the workshops to look forward to as you prepare for the school year. On August 6th, attend a free workshop for parents of preschoolers at KCPT. The attendees will participate in anti-bias activities and receive tools designed to develop children’s capacity to ...Continue Reading