Horizons is a six-week summer program offered to kids K-12. “It’s not a camp. It’s also not summer school. It’s somewhere in between and that’s part of why it’s such an easy sell to kids,” said Allison Williams.
WNET Education will be visiting Kansas City, Missouri in July for the 2015 National Latino Family Expo hosted by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR)—the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States.
NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña on Success of Principals
As a former principal, New York City Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña believes that a key factor in a school’s success is its leader. And this fall, principals will need to have more experience and more supervision.
This series of videos features exemplary principals in varied school settings nationwide, who bring to life and reinforce the five key practices of effective principals. These videos are intended to spark conversation, reflection and new thinking for aspiring, new and veteran principals.
This spring, WNET Education collaborated with a Dowling College graduate student to bring educational media to a rural Pakistani school. Find out how the 6-week program went and how the Pakistani teachers and students reacted to PBS KIDS content!