Dot Org: Empowering Communities Globally

The mission of Empowering Communities Globally is to reduce the impact of poverty in the world’s marginalized and underserved populations by empowering communities through participation and education. They currently have openings for high school and college interns to teach English for […]

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Reveal Presents: The View from Room 205

In 2014, WBEZ Chicago reporter Linda Lutton followed a class of fourth-graders at William Penn Elementary school on Chicago’s West Side. It’s a community where two-thirds of schools have closed, been turned into charter schools or had their entire staffs […]

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Capitol Conversation: Teachers Ask For Increased Funding

Thousands of Colorado teachers spent two days rallying at the state Capitol for higher salaries and more money for schools. They highlighted long-standing funding problems and potential changes to the state’s public employee pension program currently being debated by the […]

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Capitol Coverage – Teachers Rally in Denver

Teachers rallied at the state capitol on Monday asking for more money for K-12 schools and opposing to some changes being proposed to public employee pensions. Bente Birkeland has more…   Michelle Pearson works at Century Middle School in Thornton. […]

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OutSources: Angela King – Foregoing Fascism and Finding Queerness

Angela King joins Outsources host Angela Palermo. Growing up in South Florida, Angela King struggled with her identity. She became confused about the messages she received from her church and family on issues like sexual identity and racial stereotypes. https://objects-us-east-1.dream.io/kgnu-news/2018/04/OutsourcesAngelaKing_04-09-18.mp3   […]

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Tech Talks: Flite Test Project

IC Aeronautics: Flite Test Project This week on Tech Talks, our producer Jilissa Macias interviewed the head coordinator of the IC Aeronautics team, Jake Marshall. He shared with us the beginning stages of the team and program of IC Aeronautics. […]

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Reveal: The kids aren’t all right

Federal law requires colleges and universities to track and disclose sexual assaults on campus. It’s different for kindergarten through 12th grade, where there are no similar requirements for cases involving assaults between students. In elementary, middle and high schools across […]

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