On today’s episode of Keystone Education Radio, host Annette Stevenson speaks with Jane Clements, chief executive officer of Feeding PA, on the programs and partnerships the organization has with farmers, schools and even county fairs to support those in need.
Language Differences: Harnessing Virtual Tools for Literacy
On today’s episode of Keystone Education Radio, host Annette Stevenson speaks with Murray on scaffolding literacy instruction using adaptive online programs for English learners, and the remarkable growth and achievement these programs are bringing to students’ thinking and reading abilities.
Opening the Door to Curiosity: Learning in the Garden
On today’s episode of Keystone Education Radio, host Annette Stevenson speaks with the non-profit’s founders Grace Julian and Beth Horst on their group’s mission to get kids out of the classroom and into the dirt.
The Inseparable Tie Between Board Culture and Effectiveness
Learn about what it takes to operate a board effectively, efficiently and productively, and why leadership is the responsibility of seasoned board members and newcomers alike.
Treating Recyclables as a Commodity: Understanding the Value of Recycling
Meet a few leaders behind the commonwealth’s recycling industry in this episode of Keystone Education Radio.
PSBA Charter School Task Force: Developing a Plan to Level the Playing Field
Meet the leaders behind PSBA’s Charter School Task Force and the Keystone Center for Charter Change at PSBA in this episode of Keystone Education Radio.
Why It’s Important to Talk About Suicide – Prevention Among Students
The past year has exacerbated already heartbreaking statistics on cases of youth anxiety, depression and suicide. Yet only a fraction of the adolescents experiencing these mental health concerns are receiving the appropriate health interventions.
Environmentalism and Human Health – How they relate
On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, host Annette Stevenson speaks with return guest Kira Heeschen, EarthDay.org’s senior education manager, on the work the organization is doing in its 51st year of advocating for the earth.
Exploring the World of STEM and Robotics at National Robotics Week
With an increase in the need for qualified candidates to fill jobs in STEM fields, educating today’s students and getting them interested in science, engineering and mathematics is now more important than ever.
Future Farmers of America in Pennsylvania’s Schools: Teaching the Value and Impact of Agricultural Education
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources Agriculture is big business in Pennsylvania. Not only does it […]