Detroit PBS KIDS in the Community

Stories of Success

Ready Jet Go!

Watch how a group of facilitators help improve science skills in their community through Ready to Learn Family workshops in partnership with Detroit Public TV. These workshops not only help the community but also increase confidence and strengthen the leadership skills of the facilitators.

Media that Matters: Early Childhood Education

“They were holding their babies on their lap, when in the past, they would leave them in the stroller…Those are some of the visual signs that I’m reconnecting to you because now I want to be a part of your life. It’s not just my responsibility, but I’m falling in love with you again.”

Yolanda Eddins of New Paradigm Schools about the changes she sees in parents after Pre-School U

Teach and Tell

Teach & Tell

Join some amazing teachers in the Detroit area as they share strategies that have worked in their classrooms!

Professional Development for Educators

Edcamp

EdCamp is a periodic free, participant-driven, un-conference that empowers educators to maximize their professional learning experiences and build peer network.

Early Learning Champion – Cora McNair

Detroit PBS KIDS announces Brightmoor teacher as its “Early Learning Champion,” a new PBS program recognizing passionate educators of young children.

Teacher of the Year

Teacher of the Year

Meemic presents tips from Michigan Teachers of the Year.

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Tara at Detroit Public TV

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Together with the Michigan Department of Education, REL Midwest found that about 61,000 teachers are certified to teach in the state but choose not to. Why?

In a new documentary, REL Midwest and Detroit Public Television explore why certified teachers in Michigan aren’t teaching and what can be done to bring them back into the classroom.

Join us to watch our latest documentary “Teachers who aren’t teaching: Who are they and how do we get them back?”, followed by a live panel discussion.
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After today's documentary screening, we will have a live panel discussion - and you will have opportunity to ask your questions live to the panelists.

Here is a link to the study by REL Midwest, referenced in today's film and conversation: ies.ed.gov/ncee/edlabs/projects/project.asp?projectID=4618

Thank you to our panelists for joining us today! And thank you all for watching! You can share your questions for our panelists here in the comments.

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