Educator Webinar: Global Collaboration & Learning

Wed, 01/25/2017 - 7:00pm

In this webinar, participants will discover why connecting to experts and classes around the world is so important and beneficial for students.

Oyler: One School, One Year

Wed, 01/04/2017 - 11:00am

Can a school save a community? Oyler: One School, One Year asks just that, telling the story of a Cincinnati public school fighting to break the cycle of poverty.. Airing on WXXI-World, January 1, 2016 at 9pm. (Re-air dates through 1/4/17)

Roadtrip Nation: The Next Mission on WXXI-World

Sun, 06/04/2017 - 7:00pm

This episode follows three recent veterans as they journey cross-country to seek out fellow service members who have successfully transitioned into the workforce, and to obtain the insights they need to thrive in the next chapter of their own lives.

Generation Listen: Unleashed, A Listening Party Event

Wed, 10/26/2016 - 6:00pm

If you love animals AND enjoy listening to stories that broaden your perspectives and resonate so deeply that you still think about them days later, then this event for you!

In the Game: America Reframed On-Demand

Can soccer help girls from low-income areas succeed on and off the field?

TED Talks: Education Revolution On-Demand

TED Talks: Education Revolution, hosted by author, producer, and comedian Baratunde Thurston and actor and singer Sara Ramirez, focuses on how education is changing to adapt to our new digital world.

A Subprime Education

FRONTLINE presents  “A Subprime Education” examining allegations of fraud and predatory behavior in the troubled for-profit college industry. Watch On-Demand

The Education of Omarina On-Demand

FRONTLINE presents “The Education of Omarina” of a young at-risk girl from middle school to college. Watch On-Demand

Eastside Education

Tue, 09/13/2016 - 7:30pm

The documentary spotlights the efforts of school community to improve their school or see it close.

What it Takes: Chasing Graduation at High Poverty High Schools On-Demand from APM Reports

There is virtually no way to make a legal living these days without at least a high school diploma. Still, nearly 20 percent of students don't finish. Why?

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