It's an education cliche to say that relationships are at the center of learning. But what tools can teachers use to actually build strong relationships with their students? Kent Pekel of the Search Institute has spent his life researching that...
Pushing back on voter suppression efforts ahead of the 2020 election. Considering a repeal of Proposition 209 — which banned affirmative action in state institutions —for California's November ballot. Taking time for self-care. These are only a few...
School districts are pushing career exploration into middle and lower grades, convinced the preparation necessary for tomorrow’s jobs needs to begin earlier. Helping students connect what they are learning to careers will not only deepen their...
Five young women in Oakland have created a video game about the challenges of being a mother.
KQEDMeet the young Latinx game dev creators behind Te Amo Mama, a video game that honors the motherhood by way of baby chicks and a mother hen—symbolic of the power of maternal figures in #Latinx households. #Rightnowish
Batteries can help California convert its energy grid to a carbon-free system.
KQEDWith batteries, California can increase the state’s ability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by storing energy generated by renewable resources.
🔋 The lower price makes it affordable for California to convert its energy grid to a carbon-free system.
Jan. 2 is the birthday of scientist Isaac Asimov, who advocated for adopting a long view. So, today, let's think about not just 2017, but the possible futures of 2067 and 3017, says Tania Lombrozo.
KQED💫Today is National Science Fiction Day — and 100 years ago, science fiction writer Isaac Asimov was born on January 2, 1920.
Back in 2017, @TaniaLombrozo wrote this, on the power of "science-fictional" thinking, for @NPR