To promote thought-provoking conversations around issues showcased in TED Talks Education, WNET launched a national educational outreach campaign in communities around the country. PBS stations hosted live community events and created companion productions, tackling a variety of issues surrounding the high school dropout crisis and highlighting innovative local initiatives. See what they’ve created, below.
WMHT hosted a live WMHT Talks Education event October 1, 2013, featuring a series of TED-inspired talks, as well as theater, videos, and experiential audience participation. The event was turned into an hour long broadcast Continue reading
Twin Cities Public Television hosted a lively, thought-provoking event “EDTalks Special Edition: Creativity, Innovation and Education,” featuring some of Minnesota’s leading thinkers in education focusing on the importance of creativity and innovation to keep up Continue reading
KQED, 100 Black Men of the Bay Area Community School, Oakland Unified School District, and OUSD's Office of African-American Male Achievement hosted an American Graduate Education Town Hall September 12, 2013, at the Kaiser Center Continue reading
In 2013, KAMU hosted two community events (a live luncheon event with a variety of presenters, and a 7-county wide video conference, featuring a panel of education professionals and a panel of GED students and Continue reading