In 2013, nearly 750,000 took the GED. View what students had to say about the value of earning a GED versus graduating from high school.
KQED is proud to sponsor the California School Library Association 2015 Centennial Celebration Conference taking place in Burlingame from February 5- 8, 2015.
By Julianna Cecere Are you gearing up for the California School Board Association Education Conference and Trade Show beginning this weekend? Be sure to stop by the PBS LearningMedia/ KQED booth (#420) in the exhibit hall at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. There you can explore some of the thousands of education resources PBS […]
Headed to the NSTA Long Beach Area Conference this week? Be sure to visit the KQED/ Science Friday booth (#526) in the exhibit hall and explore science resources from public media producers, many found in PBS LearningMedia. Here is a sample list of some of our favorites PBS LearningMedia STEM careers resources for exploring with […]
The grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson for the fatal shooting of Michael Brown has drawn national attention to the issue of police force. Here’s an illustrated guide about your rights with the police.
By Dr. Leslie Farmer Dr. Leslie Farmer, a Professor at California State University Long Beach, coordinates the Librarianship program. A frequent presenter and author of 30 books for the profession, she won American Library Association’s 2011 Phi Beta Mu Award for library education. Dr. Farmer is also the President of the California School Libraries Foundation. […]
Held every fall as charter leaders return to their campuses, CSDC’s annual statewide charter conference, the Charter Schools Leadership Update, is designed to provide California’s charter school movement with the skills and knowledge it will need to thrive during the school year ahead. Join KQED for two sessions on Tuesday, November 4th in Irvine at […]