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    April 17th, 2019

    Airdate: April 17, 2019

    04/17/2019

    04/17/2019

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      Bouncy Bands

      When Natalie Watterson noticed that her students were having trouble staying focused, she decided to take matters into her own hands. With tons of research and support from the community , she was abl... (Show More)

      When Natalie Watterson noticed that her students were having trouble staying focused, she decided to take matters into her own hands. With tons of research and support from the community , she was able to get a Bouncy Band on the desk of every student in her classroom. These devices help students channel that extra energy that keeps them distracted in the classroom.

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      Robotics Competition

      The students at Gears have been preparing long and hard to get their robots ready for the St. Joseph Health System's Robotics Competition. The hospital has incorporated many robots within their own fa... (Show More)

      The students at Gears have been preparing long and hard to get their robots ready for the St. Joseph Health System's Robotics Competition. The hospital has incorporated many robots within their own facilities, sparking student interest in this technology.

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    April 10th, 2019

    Airdate: April 10, 2019

    Education Counts packs together four more stories about educational initiatives in our region. BerrienRESA gives autistic students tools for success and Dugout Dolls in Niles teaches girls about leade... (Show More)

    Education Counts packs together four more stories about educational initiatives in our region. BerrienRESA gives autistic students tools for success and Dugout Dolls in Niles teaches girls about leadership and empowerment through softball. We learn about safety in the digital age from Wa-Nee Schools and training service dogs from Top Notch Service Dogs.

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      Digital and Online Safety

      Through a partnership between Wa-Nee Schools and Triple P, parents are getting a lesson in how to make sure their children are safe when surfing the internet. When living in the new digital age, it's ... (Show More)

      Through a partnership between Wa-Nee Schools and Triple P, parents are getting a lesson in how to make sure their children are safe when surfing the internet. When living in the new digital age, it's important to know the best ways to make sure kids aren't seeing inappropriate content.

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      BerrienRESA and Autism

      The month of April is Autism Awareness Month. We visited BerrienRESA in Berrien Springs, Michigan to see the tools students with autism have so they can succeed in school and life.

      The month of April is Autism Awareness Month. We visited BerrienRESA in Berrien Springs, Michigan to see the tools students with autism have so they can succeed in school and life.

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      Dugout Dolls

      The Dugout Dolls are far from your typical softball training facility. In fact when Trish Gardini noticed that the community was lacking female leadership she created the organization to help. The sta... (Show More)

      The Dugout Dolls are far from your typical softball training facility. In fact when Trish Gardini noticed that the community was lacking female leadership she created the organization to help. The staff here uses softball and coaching as a vehicle to empower women and girls in the community.

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    March 20th, 2019

    Airdate: March 20, 2019

    Education Counts brings you stories about the robust CTE programs at Niles High School and how Lakeshore High School students in Stevensville can graduate with a Certified Nursing Assistant certificat... (Show More)

    Education Counts brings you stories about the robust CTE programs at Niles High School and how Lakeshore High School students in Stevensville can graduate with a Certified Nursing Assistant certification. You’ll also learn about free tutoring from Riverbend Community Math Center and adult acting classes at the South Bend Civic Theatre.

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      Riverbend Community Math Center

      The Riverbend Community Math Center is a non-profit organization that offers free tutoring and learning programs to build confidence in mathematics. The organization provides several different types o... (Show More)

      The Riverbend Community Math Center is a non-profit organization that offers free tutoring and learning programs to build confidence in mathematics. The organization provides several different types of programs including Math and Technology Academy, Math Circles, teacher workshops, and custom events with hands-on activities.

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      Certified Nursing Assistant Program

      Through the Certified Nursing Assistant Program, students at Lakeshore High School in Stevensville, Michigan are able to get hands on training for what it's like in the medical field. Students get the... (Show More)

      Through the Certified Nursing Assistant Program, students at Lakeshore High School in Stevensville, Michigan are able to get hands on training for what it's like in the medical field. Students get the chance to see what it's like to be a real nurse and learn from a professional.

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    March 13th, 2019

    Airdate: March 13, 2019

    Education Counts learns about the Coastline Children’s Film Festival, attends two bilingual preschools to learn about language immersion as a cultural tool, observes Notre Dame law students working ... (Show More)

    Education Counts learns about the Coastline Children’s Film Festival, attends two bilingual preschools to learn about language immersion as a cultural tool, observes Notre Dame law students working side by side with Clay High School students for mock trial skills and visits the technology department at Schmucker Middle School in Mishawaka to see how it maintains digital connectivity.

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      Schmucker Middle School: Technology Department

      Technology is alive and well at Schmucker Middle School...But, what goes on behind the scenes to make sure all the computers are up and running. Schmucker Middle School gives us a look at the men and ... (Show More)

      Technology is alive and well at Schmucker Middle School...But, what goes on behind the scenes to make sure all the computers are up and running. Schmucker Middle School gives us a look at the men and women who manage the technology department and what they do to make it all possible.

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      Pre-K Language Immersion

      Through language immersion programs, pre-k students are able to get a head start on learning a second language. Programs teach through various cultural themes. In some places, learning in another lang... (Show More)

      Through language immersion programs, pre-k students are able to get a head start on learning a second language. Programs teach through various cultural themes. In some places, learning in another language is also about preserving cultural heritage.

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      Clay High School: Mock Trials

      Clay High School's Mock Trial Team is preparing to compete in the statewide Mock Trial competition. Notre Dame is paying it forward and assisting the high schoolers by providing support and guidance t... (Show More)

      Clay High School's Mock Trial Team is preparing to compete in the statewide Mock Trial competition. Notre Dame is paying it forward and assisting the high schoolers by providing support and guidance through its own law students.

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      Coastline Children's Film Festival

      The Coastline Children's Film Festival offers free movie screenings of films aimed at children. The festival takes place at several venues around the region. And a Young Filmmaker's Competition offers... (Show More)

      The Coastline Children's Film Festival offers free movie screenings of films aimed at children. The festival takes place at several venues around the region. And a Young Filmmaker's Competition offers burgeoning artists the chance to have their work shown to a larger audience.

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    March 6th, 2019

    Airdate: March 6, 2019

    Education Counts explores an Andrews University initiative called Rise Up Against Abuse, a career pathway fair for high school students in Berrien County, the power of music in education and expressio... (Show More)

    Education Counts explores an Andrews University initiative called Rise Up Against Abuse, a career pathway fair for high school students in Berrien County, the power of music in education and expression and how schools are implementing e-learning.

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      Career Pathway Day

      BerrienRESA worked together with the high schools throughout Berrien County to put on a Career Pathway Day. High school freshmen were able to explore and ask about the various career paths available t... (Show More)

      BerrienRESA worked together with the high schools throughout Berrien County to put on a Career Pathway Day. High school freshmen were able to explore and ask about the various career paths available to them so they can make informed decisions.

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      E-Learning Days

      Through the use of preplanned E-Learning Days, Bremen Public Schools are able to have students complete classwork from home. E-learning days make it possible for students to have school days even when... (Show More)

      Through the use of preplanned E-Learning Days, Bremen Public Schools are able to have students complete classwork from home. E-learning days make it possible for students to have school days even when schools are closed due to inclement weather. These could one day make snow days and make up snow days a relic of education's past.

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    February 13th, 2019

    Airdate: February 13, 2019

    Education Counts talks to students involved in Jobs for Michigan's Graduates, journey's to Niles District Library for a Smithsonian exhibit on waterways, steps back in time for Insights in History at ... (Show More)

    Education Counts talks to students involved in Jobs for Michigan's Graduates, journey's to Niles District Library for a Smithsonian exhibit on waterways, steps back in time for Insights in History at The History Museum and travels to Fernwood Botanical Garden and Nature Preserve for a look at Sims Education Center.

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      Sims Education Center

      In an effort to further their goal of educating through nature, Fernwood Botanical Gardens has opened the Sims Education Center. Here, visitors of all ages will have access to resources and informatio... (Show More)

      In an effort to further their goal of educating through nature, Fernwood Botanical Gardens has opened the Sims Education Center. Here, visitors of all ages will have access to resources and information about the natural world around them.

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    February 6th, 2019

    Airdate: February 6, 2019

    Education Counts looks at CNC Training and the value of apprenticeships in educating the workforce, visits Science Alive at the St. Joseph County Public Library, learns how Gentlemen and Scholars is h... (Show More)

    Education Counts looks at CNC Training and the value of apprenticeships in educating the workforce, visits Science Alive at the St. Joseph County Public Library, learns how Gentlemen and Scholars is helping teens become their best selves and follows The Gift of Warmth from the Lake Maxinkuckee Film Festival to providing warm clothing to students in need.

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      Science Alive

      The St. Joseph County Public Library hosted its 27th annual event "Science Alive." The library brought in over 40 organizations, featuring experts in science, math, and technology. Families were invit... (Show More)

      The St. Joseph County Public Library hosted its 27th annual event "Science Alive." The library brought in over 40 organizations, featuring experts in science, math, and technology. Families were invited to come out and gain hands on experience within the STEM fields.

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    January 23rd, 2019

    Airdate: January 23, 2019

    Education Counts celebrates learning on Martin Luther King Day, spends time with those providing warmth for learning in Culver, looks into flexible class schedules for adult learning at Southwestern M... (Show More)

    Education Counts celebrates learning on Martin Luther King Day, spends time with those providing warmth for learning in Culver, looks into flexible class schedules for adult learning at Southwestern Michigan College, checks the state of innovation and new business startups in South Bend and Elkhart and explores how kids are getting first-hand knowledge in career options.

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      South Bend MLK Day

      Through programs and seminars, the City of South Bend looks to teach future generations about the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

      Through programs and seminars, the City of South Bend looks to teach future generations about the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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      Lake Maxinkuckee Film Festival - The Gift of Warmth

      The Lake Maxinkuckee Film Festival - Gift of Warmth is an annual event of Labor Day Weekend in the town of Culver, Indiana. It is a student film festival and public picnic and music event that ends wi... (Show More)

      The Lake Maxinkuckee Film Festival - Gift of Warmth is an annual event of Labor Day Weekend in the town of Culver, Indiana. It is a student film festival and public picnic and music event that ends with an outdoor free movie. The event is a fundraiser for the Gift of Warmth which provides heat and warm clothing items to children in need. Entry to the free public event is donation of a winter clothing item.

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    January 16th, 2019

    Airdate: January 16, 2019

    Education Counts explores barber college as a career choice, experience for k-12 kids at South Bend Coding School, a new CTE flight program at the Plymouth Municipal Airport and how resource officers ... (Show More)

    Education Counts explores barber college as a career choice, experience for k-12 kids at South Bend Coding School, a new CTE flight program at the Plymouth Municipal Airport and how resource officers are providing comfort and emotional well being to students.

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      South Bend Code School

      In a changing world where code is becoming part of the everyday, it's more important than ever that the youth of today are able to recognize and utilize the world of coding. The South Bend Code School... (Show More)

      In a changing world where code is becoming part of the everyday, it's more important than ever that the youth of today are able to recognize and utilize the world of coding. The South Bend Code School offers the hands on experience to take on the future.

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    January 9th, 2019

    Airdate: January 9, 2019

    Education Counts heads to the Charles Black Rec Center for a look at the multi-million dollar upgrade, dabbles in a worldwide game design experience, checks out how libraries are evolving to learning ... (Show More)

    Education Counts heads to the Charles Black Rec Center for a look at the multi-million dollar upgrade, dabbles in a worldwide game design experience, checks out how libraries are evolving to learning commons in Elkhart schools and makes the connection between working parents, quality preschool and the economy.

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      Elkhart Learning Commons

      With technology becoming more user friendly, school libraries have been finding themselves falling behind. A partnership in Elkhart has come together to turn the school libraries into Learning Commons... (Show More)

      With technology becoming more user friendly, school libraries have been finding themselves falling behind. A partnership in Elkhart has come together to turn the school libraries into Learning Commons. This turns them into places where students can go to do more than find a book to read.

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      Charles Black Community Center

      The Charles Black Community Center has reopened after a multi-million dollar renovation. The larger and new facilities offer opportunities for members of the community to take part in various programs... (Show More)

      The Charles Black Community Center has reopened after a multi-million dollar renovation. The larger and new facilities offer opportunities for members of the community to take part in various programs at no charge to them.

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    December 19th, 2018

    Airdate: December 19, 2018

    Education Counts looks at new business startups and innovation in the South Bend and Elkhart region and then visits RISE (Regional Innovation and Startup Education) to see how students are learning ab... (Show More)

    Education Counts looks at new business startups and innovation in the South Bend and Elkhart region and then visits RISE (Regional Innovation and Startup Education) to see how students are learning about the ins and outs of running a business. We look at how schools in Elkhart are integrating mobile technology into the classroom and at a Teacher Academy at Lewis Cass ISD to see how co-learning and universal design are impacting new and veteran teachers.

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      RISE

      For students looking to get an early start on learning the ins and outs of the business and start up world can become part of RISE. Regional Innovation and Start-up Education offers classes and lectur... (Show More)

      For students looking to get an early start on learning the ins and outs of the business and start up world can become part of RISE. Regional Innovation and Start-up Education offers classes and lectures to give the next generation of business leaders the tools they need to get started.

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      Technology Integration

      As technology becomes more user friendly, it's being found being used more and more in the classroom. Elkhart Community Schools has been working to give teachers and students the necessary tools to be... (Show More)

      As technology becomes more user friendly, it's being found being used more and more in the classroom. Elkhart Community Schools has been working to give teachers and students the necessary tools to become more digitally literate in a growing technological world.

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      The State of Innovation & Startups in South Bend - Elkhart

      The IDEA Center made a case for the South Bend and Elkhart region to become a technology hub. Nick Swisher from the IDEA Center at the University of Notre Dame talks about the state of innovation and ... (Show More)

      The IDEA Center made a case for the South Bend and Elkhart region to become a technology hub. Nick Swisher from the IDEA Center at the University of Notre Dame talks about the state of innovation and new business startups in South Bend and Elkhart and how education plays a major role in creativity and diversity of new business and is essential in keeping those businesses in the region.

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      Teacher Academy

      K-12 Teachers in Michigan are required to have 30 hours of professional development per year of their first three years. The Teacher Academy at the Lewis Cass Intermediate School District is a place f... (Show More)

      K-12 Teachers in Michigan are required to have 30 hours of professional development per year of their first three years. The Teacher Academy at the Lewis Cass Intermediate School District is a place for all teachers to gain professional development and co-learn together on a range of topics with a focus on universal design.

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    December 12th, 2018

    Airdate: December 12, 2018

    This week on Education Counts we have a conversation with PBS president Paula Kerger on education and television, a Farm to Fork high school program, a look at National Novel Writing Month and the Reg... (Show More)

    This week on Education Counts we have a conversation with PBS president Paula Kerger on education and television, a Farm to Fork high school program, a look at National Novel Writing Month and the Reggio Emilia approach to learning.

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      NaNoWriMo

      NaNoWriMo is a free, global opportunity every year in which anyone can participate. The goal is to write 50,000 words during the month of November. Writers, students, teachers and new participants con... (Show More)

      NaNoWriMo is a free, global opportunity every year in which anyone can participate. The goal is to write 50,000 words during the month of November. Writers, students, teachers and new participants connect locally and online to be part of the NaNoWriMo community.

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      Farm to Fork

      Students at Tippecanoe Valley High School raise steers to learn about where their food comes from. The program teaches about sustainability and how to bring in locally sourced food. The cafeteria serv... (Show More)

      Students at Tippecanoe Valley High School raise steers to learn about where their food comes from. The program teaches about sustainability and how to bring in locally sourced food. The cafeteria serves fresh meat as Viking burgers.

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      PBS Philosophy of Education

      Paula Kerger, president and CEO of PBS talks about the philosophy of education in PBS programming, adapting technology and learning and how core curriculum permeates thinking when producing new media.

      Paula Kerger, president and CEO of PBS talks about the philosophy of education in PBS programming, adapting technology and learning and how core curriculum permeates thinking when producing new media.

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    December 5th, 2018

    Airdate: December 5, 2018

    Education Counts learns about a life-changing program called Proteus that is helping farm laborers with career training and placing students in workplace internships. We travel to Lakeland High School... (Show More)

    Education Counts learns about a life-changing program called Proteus that is helping farm laborers with career training and placing students in workplace internships. We travel to Lakeland High School to find out how rural schools can offer alternative education. We find out what CTE programs are available to students in the North Central Area Vocational Cooperative. We also look at the profound impact early childhood education has on today’s workforce.

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      Building Workforce Stability

      Data indicates today's workforce is heavily impacted by working parents and the quality and stability of early childhood education.

      Data indicates today's workforce is heavily impacted by working parents and the quality and stability of early childhood education.

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      NCAVC and SCILL

      Students in Marshall and Starke County have the option to get some hands on training in the technical and vocational fields. They do this through the North Central Area Vocational Cooperative. We take... (Show More)

      Students in Marshall and Starke County have the option to get some hands on training in the technical and vocational fields. They do this through the North Central Area Vocational Cooperative. We take a look at some of the programs offered and what it means to get hands on experience.

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      Alt Ed at Lakeland High School

      Not every student learns the same way and some need to alter their day to make sure they get all their work done. We look at Lakeland High Schools Alternative Education program in Lagrange, Indiana an... (Show More)

      Not every student learns the same way and some need to alter their day to make sure they get all their work done. We look at Lakeland High Schools Alternative Education program in Lagrange, Indiana and how it differs from alternative education programs in larger areas.

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      Proteus

      Proteus helps families break the cycle of seasonal farm labor by placing students in paid internships in professional employment settings, setting students on a different career path.

      Proteus helps families break the cycle of seasonal farm labor by placing students in paid internships in professional employment settings, setting students on a different career path.

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    November 21st, 2018

    Airdate: November 21, 2018

    Education Counts heads to the airport in Plymouth to learn more about a new career technical education track in aviation, visits Zagbegon Academy, a Pokagon preschool to see the convergence of traditi... (Show More)

    Education Counts heads to the airport in Plymouth to learn more about a new career technical education track in aviation, visits Zagbegon Academy, a Pokagon preschool to see the convergence of traditional knowledge and STEM learning, learns that most kids in alternative schools aren’t behavior problems at Merit Learning Center in Goshen and joins the Iron Pride Robotics Team at Wawasee High School.

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      The Iron Pride Robotics Team

      The members of the Iron Pride Robotics team at Wawasee High School get to build, program and compete at robotics competitions. Find out how they got their start and what goes in to bringing these mech... (Show More)

      The members of the Iron Pride Robotics team at Wawasee High School get to build, program and compete at robotics competitions. Find out how they got their start and what goes in to bringing these mechanical creations to life.

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      Merit Learning Center

      Often times, students who attend alternative high schools are thought to be trouble makers or have other issues. But most of the students who do attend have other reasons for being there. We travel to... (Show More)

      Often times, students who attend alternative high schools are thought to be trouble makers or have other issues. But most of the students who do attend have other reasons for being there. We travel to the Merit Learning Center in Goshen, Indiana to find out how students are able to earn the credits they need to graduate on time and get ahead in life.

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      Aviation Flight Program

      Plymouth High School announced a new career path in technical education. Beginning next fall, juniors and seniors can join the Aviation Flight Program to for immersive learning at the Plymouth Municip... (Show More)

      Plymouth High School announced a new career path in technical education. Beginning next fall, juniors and seniors can join the Aviation Flight Program to for immersive learning at the Plymouth Municipal Airport in partnership with AlphaFlight.

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    November 14th, 2018

    Airdate: November 14, 2018

    Education Counts learns about a skills-training program that alleviates three problems in the community – joblessness, poverty and hunger. We travel to Kosciusko County, which is home to a clean lak... (Show More)

    Education Counts learns about a skills-training program that alleviates three problems in the community – joblessness, poverty and hunger. We travel to Kosciusko County, which is home to a clean lakes research program; see the connection between investing in early childhood education and economic impact and witness active learning in South Bend.

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      Career Academy South Bend

      For some students, public charter schools offer a chance to get more hands on project based learning experiences. In his continuing series on alternative forms of schools, Brent visits the Career Acad... (Show More)

      For some students, public charter schools offer a chance to get more hands on project based learning experiences. In his continuing series on alternative forms of schools, Brent visits the Career Academy South Bend. Find out what students can expect if they choose to become students.

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      Early Childhood Education and Economic Growth

      Many people may be unaware of the link between quality early childhood education and an area's rate of economic growth. Brent explores how local business and education leaders are coming together to h... (Show More)

      Many people may be unaware of the link between quality early childhood education and an area's rate of economic growth. Brent explores how local business and education leaders are coming together to help strengthen this link.

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      Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams

      With it's new home at the Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex at Grace College, the Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams can bring its educational message to a larger audience. K-12 students will be able... (Show More)

      With it's new home at the Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex at Grace College, the Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams can bring its educational message to a larger audience. K-12 students will be able to have a hands on learning experience and have fun while learning about the regions local aquatic life. College students also are able to take part as part of the center's research team.

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    November 7th, 2018

    Airdate: November 7, 2018

    Education Counts travels to Wawasee High School for a hands-on look at Career Pathways, learns that Millenials are engaging with libraries in new ways, talks to high school students at Penn High Schoo... (Show More)

    Education Counts travels to Wawasee High School for a hands-on look at Career Pathways, learns that Millenials are engaging with libraries in new ways, talks to high school students at Penn High School who are co-learning about early childhood education and follows up on the Inspired Leadership Initiative at the University of Notre Dame.

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      Increased Millennial Usage of Libraries

      A recent study found that millennials use public libraries more than any other generation in America. Victoria St. Martin visits local libraries in Michigan and Indiana to discuss this trend.

      A recent study found that millennials use public libraries more than any other generation in America. Victoria St. Martin visits local libraries in Michigan and Indiana to discuss this trend.

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    October 24th, 2018

    Airdate: October 24, 2018

    Education Counts showcases the Inspired Leadership Initiative at the University of Notre Dame, takes a closer look at alternative education at the Berrien Springs Virtual Academy, highlights inclusiv... (Show More)

    Education Counts showcases the Inspired Leadership Initiative at the University of Notre Dame, takes a closer look at alternative education at the Berrien Springs Virtual Academy, highlights inclusiveness at the Brain Lair Bookstore and examines the Mini Medical University Beacon Health offers for teenagers.

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      Brain Lair Bookstore

      Meet a former librarian who opened an inclusive bookstore in South Bend to make sure there’s a book for everyone. Kathy Burnette, owner of The Brain Lair, said she first started thinking of open... (Show More)

      Meet a former librarian who opened an inclusive bookstore in South Bend to make sure there’s a book for everyone. Kathy Burnette, owner of The Brain Lair, said she first started thinking of opening a store decades ago after searching for books for her daughter. Her store opened in July of 2018.

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      Berrien Springs Virtual Academy

      The traditional school route may not be for everyone. In the first part of a multi-part series, Brent Fox explores different types of alternative schools. He also explores how these alternative progra... (Show More)

      The traditional school route may not be for everyone. In the first part of a multi-part series, Brent Fox explores different types of alternative schools. He also explores how these alternative programs are working to break the stigma about the students who attend them. We begin with the Berrien Springs Virtual Academy in Berrien Springs, Michigan.

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    October 3rd, 2018

    Airdate: October 3, 2018

    This week, we meet fine arts students who are using new technology to grow their skills, visit a unique after-school program, revisit Goodwill's interview training class, and attend a conference with ... (Show More)

    This week, we meet fine arts students who are using new technology to grow their skills, visit a unique after-school program, revisit Goodwill's interview training class, and attend a conference with teachers who are learning about an innovative approach to discipline.

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      The Fine Arts

      The fine arts can be an important, but often overlooked aspect of student life. These creative outlets allow students to take a more hands on approach and explore as aspect of education they may not g... (Show More)

      The fine arts can be an important, but often overlooked aspect of student life. These creative outlets allow students to take a more hands on approach and explore as aspect of education they may not get in other classes throughout the school day. Brent travels to Mishawaka High School where young artists are encouraged to think outside the box.

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      Spoonful of Imagination

      Spoonful of Imagination is a non-profit art studio located in Warsaw, Indiana. Kids and adults have the opportunity to come in and take classes, workshops, or just have fun with arts and crafts. 

      Spoonful of Imagination is a non-profit art studio located in Warsaw, Indiana. Kids and adults have the opportunity to come in and take classes, workshops, or just have fun with arts and crafts. 

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      Conscious Discipline

      Sometimes disciplining children can be as simple as asking them why they did the negative action in the first place. This style is known as Conscious Discipline and the aim is to teach positive action... (Show More)

      Sometimes disciplining children can be as simple as asking them why they did the negative action in the first place. This style is known as Conscious Discipline and the aim is to teach positive action through demonstration and recognition. A group of teachers took the time to learn the ins and outs of this form of self awareness in the classroom.

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    September 12th, 2018

    Airdate: September 12, 2018

    This week, we meet students who are thinking about their future careers, learn more about student resource officers, explore resources designed to help homeless students, and visit the Goodwill Career... (Show More)

    This week, we meet students who are thinking about their future careers, learn more about student resource officers, explore resources designed to help homeless students, and visit the Goodwill Career Center where students learn interview skills to get a job following incarceration or addiction.

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      School Resource Officers

      In an effort to add extra layers of safety, many schools have put into use School Resource Officers. These are trained police officers who work with school staff and students to make sure everyone ins... (Show More)

      In an effort to add extra layers of safety, many schools have put into use School Resource Officers. These are trained police officers who work with school staff and students to make sure everyone inside stays safe in the event of an emergency.

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    August 22nd, 2018

    Airdate: August 22, 2018

    This week, we learn how one school is working to prevent the summer slip, hike with students who are learning all about raptors, visit with campers who are growing and eating new food, and head to Cen... (Show More)

    This week, we learn how one school is working to prevent the summer slip, hike with students who are learning all about raptors, visit with campers who are growing and eating new food, and head to Central Lake to meet students from Wawasee who are taking a wakeboaring class.

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      Pop-up Libraries

      Making sure kids don't lose what they learned during the previous school year can be as easy as giving kids a new book to read. A new program in Niles, Michigan created a series of pop-up libraries to... (Show More)

      Making sure kids don't lose what they learned during the previous school year can be as easy as giving kids a new book to read. A new program in Niles, Michigan created a series of pop-up libraries to give out free books to children.

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      Career Analysis Organization of America

      Everyone at some time in their early life has been asked what they want to do when they grow up. One organization was founded to provide educational opportunities allowing students to learn about pote... (Show More)

      Everyone at some time in their early life has been asked what they want to do when they grow up. One organization was founded to provide educational opportunities allowing students to learn about potential career paths. 

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      Gone Boarding

      Students who dream of designing and building are given the opportunity to build various types of athletic boards like skateboards and wakeboards through a class known as Gone Boarding. The program goe... (Show More)

      Students who dream of designing and building are given the opportunity to build various types of athletic boards like skateboards and wakeboards through a class known as Gone Boarding. The program goes beyond the simple creation of these boards, but also the riding and enjoying of them.

  • Episode

    August 1st, 2018

    Airdate: August 1, 2018

    This week, we head to Summer Camp! We check out a theater camp, architecture camp, gardening camp and STEM camp.

    This week, we head to Summer Camp! We check out a theater camp, architecture camp, gardening camp and STEM camp.

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      STEM Camp

      Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math or STEM are areas of study students don't often have time for during the school year. This camp gives them a chance to learn all about STEM during the summer.

      Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math or STEM are areas of study students don't often have time for during the school year. This camp gives them a chance to learn all about STEM during the summer.

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      Architecture Camp

      The Renaissance Kids Architecture Camp allows children as young as 5 years old the opportunity to learn about how things are made and get some hands on experience in the process. The Architecture Scho... (Show More)

      The Renaissance Kids Architecture Camp allows children as young as 5 years old the opportunity to learn about how things are made and get some hands on experience in the process. The Architecture School at Andrews University hosts the camp and brings in current students along with volunteers to work alongside the kids.

  • Episode

    July 18th, 2018

    Airdate: July 18, 2018

    This week, we meet teachers spending their summer learning to teach the whole child, head outside with students learning all about raptors, learn about one community's approach to improving literacy, ... (Show More)

    This week, we meet teachers spending their summer learning to teach the whole child, head outside with students learning all about raptors, learn about one community's approach to improving literacy, and check out a study that explores what resources would be most helpful to homeless students.

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      Homeless Students

      Victoria St. Martin learns more about resources in place to help homeless families in Berrien County navigate the K-12 system.

      Victoria St. Martin learns more about resources in place to help homeless families in Berrien County navigate the K-12 system.

  • Episode

    June 20th, 2018

    Airdate: June 20, 2018

    This week, we meet professors from Holy Cross College who are giving inmates at Westville Correctional Facility the opportunity to earn an associate's and bachelor's degree and we look back at stories... (Show More)

    This week, we meet professors from Holy Cross College who are giving inmates at Westville Correctional Facility the opportunity to earn an associate's and bachelor's degree and we look back at stories on music education, food allergies, and political protests in school.

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      Raptors at Fernwood

      Students visit Fernwood Botanical Garden & Nature Preserve to learn all about raptors from Naturalist, Corey Hopwood. 

      Students visit Fernwood Botanical Garden & Nature Preserve to learn all about raptors from Naturalist, Corey Hopwood. 

  • Episode

    May 23rd, 2018

    Airdate: May 23, 2018

    This week, we meet students who are finding their political voices after tragedy, explore hands-on science opportunities, understand the positive impacts of music on young children, and revisit a ther... (Show More)

    This week, we meet students who are finding their political voices after tragedy, explore hands-on science opportunities, understand the positive impacts of music on young children, and revisit a therapeutic riding center.

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      Getting into Science

      Science is an important subject in school, but how are schools sparking the interest of students from a young age? Go inside what two Michiana schools are doing to make science fun.

      Science is an important subject in school, but how are schools sparking the interest of students from a young age? Go inside what two Michiana schools are doing to make science fun.

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      The Benefits of Music

      For young children, music can help them learn other skills and even gain skills for their future academic careers.

      For young children, music can help them learn other skills and even gain skills for their future academic careers.

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      Students Develop Civic Identity

      Students from Washington and John Adams high schools in South Bend have taken part in demonstrations such as March for Our Lives, and started their own movements here in Michiana. Also, how does someo... (Show More)

      Students from Washington and John Adams high schools in South Bend have taken part in demonstrations such as March for Our Lives, and started their own movements here in Michiana. Also, how does someone teach students to be socially aware? A teacher from Washington High School explains.

  • Episode

    May 9th, 2018

    Airdate: May 9, 2018

    This week, we meet peers who help classmates navigate the social aspects of school, learn about a nut-free classroom, talk about administrators preparing students for major building transitions, and m... (Show More)

    This week, we meet peers who help classmates navigate the social aspects of school, learn about a nut-free classroom, talk about administrators preparing students for major building transitions, and meet students who are learning to live with Parkinson's.

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      Smooth Transitions

      Some school districts and corporations make sure to have support systems in place to help students as they move from one school to the next

      Some school districts and corporations make sure to have support systems in place to help students as they move from one school to the next

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      Nut-Free Classrooms

      Twelve-year-old Evan Andert of LaVille Elementary had a big job to do when he began kindergarten--to educate his teachers and classmates about his severe allergy to tree nuts.   He and his mom ... (Show More)

      Twelve-year-old Evan Andert of LaVille Elementary had a big job to do when he began kindergarten--to educate his teachers and classmates about his severe allergy to tree nuts.   He and his mom took on this challenge and are responsible for changing how the entire district handles severe food allergies.

  • Episode

    April 25th, 2018

    Airdate: April 25, 2018

    We visit LoveWay in Middlebury where students with disabilities learn to ride and care for horses; meet students who are preparing for the citizenship exam by working on their English skills; learn ab... (Show More)

    We visit LoveWay in Middlebury where students with disabilities learn to ride and care for horses; meet students who are preparing for the citizenship exam by working on their English skills; learn about a partnership between The Crossing and local businesses to build a prepared workforce; and explore agriculture technology education in Indiana through a new hybrid approach of online and hands-on learning.

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      LoveWay

      LoveWay is a therapeutic riding center for students with disabilities. Students have the opportunity to gain independence, work on language skills, and learn to care for and ride horses.  

      LoveWay is a therapeutic riding center for students with disabilities. Students have the opportunity to gain independence, work on language skills, and learn to care for and ride horses.  

  • Episode

    April 11th, 2018

    Airdate: April 11, 2018

    Tonight on the show, we take a look at how one school incorporated the newly made cinematic version of a classic book into the classroom. Brent find's out more about the Music Village in South Bend. W... (Show More)

    Tonight on the show, we take a look at how one school incorporated the newly made cinematic version of a classic book into the classroom. Brent find's out more about the Music Village in South Bend. We also revisit some stories about the Reggio Emilia teaching method, and the benefits of learning a second language.

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      The Music Village

      An inside look at the music programs offered to people of all ages at the Music Village.

      An inside look at the music programs offered to people of all ages at the Music Village.

  • Episode

    March 28th, 2018

    Airdate: March 28, 2018

    March 28th, 2018

    March 28th, 2018

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      Deaf Education Programs

      A look at how students who are deaf or hard of hearing get the attention they need to succeed in school.

      A look at how students who are deaf or hard of hearing get the attention they need to succeed in school.

  • Episode

    March 14th, 2018

    Airdate: March 14, 2018

    Dancing for A Cause, The Power of Learning a Second Language, Flu Prevention, The Reggio Emilia Approach

    Dancing for A Cause, The Power of Learning a Second Language, Flu Prevention, The Reggio Emilia Approach

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      Flu Prevention

      With a flu season on track to be one of the worst since 2009, we show you how schools work to keep children safe and healthy

      With a flu season on track to be one of the worst since 2009, we show you how schools work to keep children safe and healthy

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      The Power of Learning a Second Language

      Learning a second language can open doors for students as they pursue higher education and their future careers. Experts in language tell us about all the ways learning another language can bring... (Show More)

      Learning a second language can open doors for students as they pursue higher education and their future careers. Experts in language tell us about all the ways learning another language can bring future success.

  • Episode

    September 27th, 2017

    Airdate: September 27, 2017

    Sports enrollment is down. Monica Murphy talks with an area ICCL director, coach and parent to explore the reasons behind this.

    Sports enrollment is down. Monica Murphy talks with an area ICCL director, coach and parent to explore the reasons behind this.

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      Are we putting too much pressure on kids' sports involvement?

      Sports enrollment is down. Monica Murphy talks with area ICCL directors and parents to explore the reasons behind this. 

      Sports enrollment is down. Monica Murphy talks with area ICCL directors and parents to explore the reasons behind this. 

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      Plymouth Community School Corporation Receives Grant for Precision Machining Program

      Plymouth Community School Corporation received an Indiana Education Workforce Innovation Network grant toward the school's Precision Machining program.

      Plymouth Community School Corporation received an Indiana Education Workforce Innovation Network grant toward the school's Precision Machining program.

  • Episode

    August 30th, 2017

    Airdate: August 30, 2017

    For the past 21 years, St. Joseph Today has put on Chalk the Block, a chalk art festival in Saint Joseph, Michigan. It’s a free event that brings in regional artists and artists from across the coun... (Show More)

    For the past 21 years, St. Joseph Today has put on Chalk the Block, a chalk art festival in Saint Joseph, Michigan. It’s a free event that brings in regional artists and artists from across the country.

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      Art festival brings together artists from across the country

      Summertime is filled with tons of activities. Every summer Saint Joseph, Michigan, hosts an art festival, which engages peoples’ minds and brings the community together. Monica Murphy has the... (Show More)

      Summertime is filled with tons of activities. Every summer Saint Joseph, Michigan, hosts an art festival, which engages peoples’ minds and brings the community together. Monica Murphy has the story. 

  • Episode

    August 23rd, 2017

    Airdate: August 23, 2017

    First-generation college students are students who are the first in their families to attend college, and they cut across all racial and socioeconomic lines. First-generation college students say that... (Show More)

    First-generation college students are students who are the first in their families to attend college, and they cut across all racial and socioeconomic lines. First-generation college students say that they faced overwhelming challenges and adversity growing up. Monica Murphy has the story.

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      Lakeland Rehabilition Services Offers Sensory Gymnastics Camp

      Lakeland Rehabilition offers a gymnastics camp that is specialized for children with sensory processing disorders.

      Lakeland Rehabilition offers a gymnastics camp that is specialized for children with sensory processing disorders.

  • Episode

    August 9th, 2017

    Airdate: August 9, 2017

    08/09/2017

    08/09/2017

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      Niles History Center Showcases Unique Historical Exhibits

      For more information: http://www.nileshistorycenter.org/

      For more information: http://www.nileshistorycenter.org/

  • Episode

    July 19th, 2017

    Airdate: July 19, 2017

    Camp Friedenswald provides weeklong, overnight camping experiences for campers in grades 1-12. Their programs have an educational focus and help stretch campers awareness and potential.

    Camp Friedenswald provides weeklong, overnight camping experiences for campers in grades 1-12. Their programs have an educational focus and help stretch campers awareness and potential.

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      Camping experiences boost self-esteem for students

      Camp Friedenswald provides weeklong, overnight camping experiences for campers in grades 1-12. Their programs have an educational focus and help stretch campers awareness and potential. For more in... (Show More)

      Camp Friedenswald provides weeklong, overnight camping experiences for campers in grades 1-12. Their programs have an educational focus and help stretch campers awareness and potential. For more information, visit: https://friedenswald.org

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      IU South Bend Offers Underrepresented Teacher Scholarship

      According to the Indiana Department of Education, 69 percent of Indiana students are White, while 93.4 percent of Indiana teachers are White. IU South Bend seeks to increase typically underrepresented... (Show More)

      According to the Indiana Department of Education, 69 percent of Indiana students are White, while 93.4 percent of Indiana teachers are White. IU South Bend seeks to increase typically underrepresented teacher populations in the K-12 education field, which include men and people of color. For more information on the scholarship, visit https://www.iusb.edu/development/give-opportunities/underrepresented-teacher-scholarship.php

  • Episode

    June 21st, 2017

    Airdate: June 21, 2017

    This week we visit Ivy Tech Community College’s Health Camp in Warsaw, and IU School of Medicine in South Bend. We also learn more about the partnership between PNC’s “Grow up Great” program a... (Show More)

    This week we visit Ivy Tech Community College’s Health Camp in Warsaw, and IU School of Medicine in South Bend. We also learn more about the partnership between PNC’s “Grow up Great” program and the Center for the Homeless’ Early Childhood Intervention Center, and revisit the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

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      PNC's "Grow Up Great" program impacts young children

      PNC’s Grow Up Great program focuses on early learning, and this program helps children 0-5 develop a passion for learning. The Center for the Homeless’ Early Childhood Intervention Cent... (Show More)

      PNC’s Grow Up Great program focuses on early learning, and this program helps children 0-5 develop a passion for learning. The Center for the Homeless’ Early Childhood Intervention Center has received regular funding from PNC’s program. I talk with educators and students about how this program has impacted their classrooms and the importance of early childhood learning. For more information on PNC's program, visit:  https://www.pnc.com/en/about-pnc/corporate-responsibility/grow-up-great.html

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      Ivy Tech camp introduces students to health sciences

      Ivy Tech Community College in Warsaw, Indiana, hosts a Health Careers Summer Camp that targets middle school students. The goal of the camp is to encourage all students to consider different career op... (Show More)

      Ivy Tech Community College in Warsaw, Indiana, hosts a Health Careers Summer Camp that targets middle school students. The goal of the camp is to encourage all students to consider different career options in health sciences. For more information on this camp, visit: https://www.ivytech.edu        

  • Episode

    June 14th, 2017

    Airdate: June 14, 2017

    This week we visit Southwestern Michigan College in Dowagiac, Michigan, and visit Vogue Beauty School’s Elkhart campus. We also revisit Northside Child Development Center in Niles, Michigan, and hea... (Show More)

    This week we visit Southwestern Michigan College in Dowagiac, Michigan, and visit Vogue Beauty School’s Elkhart campus. We also revisit Northside Child Development Center in Niles, Michigan, and hear more about the USDA Summer Food Service program at Plymouth High School

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      Plymouth Schools are Sites for USDA Summer Food Program

      Plymouth High School and Menominee Elementary School are sites for the USDA Summer Food Program.

      Plymouth High School and Menominee Elementary School are sites for the USDA Summer Food Program.

  • Episode

    June 7th, 2017

    Airdate: June 7, 2017

    This week we learn more about Teacher Credit Union’s Financial Empowerment Program. We also revisit the Project SEARCH Program in St. Joseph, Michigan.

    This week we learn more about Teacher Credit Union’s Financial Empowerment Program. We also revisit the Project SEARCH Program in St. Joseph, Michigan.

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      Rep. Wesco Speaks About Cursive Education

      Representative Wesco is a sponsor to Senate Bill 29, which recently passed. Part of the legislation is a requirement that the Indiana State Department of Education will conduct a survey to assess educ... (Show More)

      Representative Wesco is a sponsor to Senate Bill 29, which recently passed. Part of the legislation is a requirement that the Indiana State Department of Education will conduct a survey to assess educators' opinions on mandated cursive education. 

  • Episode

    May 31st, 2017

    Airdate: May 31, 2017

    This week we visit Ox Bow Elementary School in Elkhart, Indiana, to learn about “The Leader in Me” program and attend Riley High School’s Project Lead the Way Innovation Fair in South Bend. We a... (Show More)

    This week we visit Ox Bow Elementary School in Elkhart, Indiana, to learn about “The Leader in Me” program and attend Riley High School’s Project Lead the Way Innovation Fair in South Bend. We also explore Krueger Outdoor Environmental Science Center at Michigan City, Indiana, and revisit the Hanson Technology Center at Lake Michigan College.

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      Leadership program impacting elementary students

      Concord Ox-Bow Elementary School in Elkhart, Indiana, offers a unique leadership program that was started by educators.

      Concord Ox-Bow Elementary School in Elkhart, Indiana, offers a unique leadership program that was started by educators.

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      Krueger Middle School Students Teach Environmental Concepts to Elementary Students

      Krueger Middle School students teach environmental science concepts to elementary school students as a part of the school's "field days."

      Krueger Middle School students teach environmental science concepts to elementary school students as a part of the school's "field days."

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      Riley High School Hosts Innovation Fair

      Riley High School students presented their capstone projects as a part of the Project Lead the Way Engineering and Computer Science pathways. 

      Riley High School students presented their capstone projects as a part of the Project Lead the Way Engineering and Computer Science pathways. 

  • Episode

    May 24th, 2017

    Airdate: May 24, 2017

    05/24/2017

    05/24/2017

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      Pre-K immersion program raises the bar

      La Casa de Amistad, in South Bend, empowers the Latino/Hispanic community by providing a variety of programming. Monica Murphy checks out one program making a difference in the lives of children.

      La Casa de Amistad, in South Bend, empowers the Latino/Hispanic community by providing a variety of programming. Monica Murphy checks out one program making a difference in the lives of children.

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      ISTEP Test to be Replaced with ILEARN

      Educational experts and students speak about the challenges from the ISTEP test and what changes they would like to see in the new ILEARN test.

      Educational experts and students speak about the challenges from the ISTEP test and what changes they would like to see in the new ILEARN test.

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      Riverside Intermediate Academy Students Take Part in "Books for Nicaragua" Project

      Students at Riverside Intermediate Academy participate in service projects as part of the Y.E.S. program. Teacher Chelsea Coons' class took part in the "Books for Nicaragua" project.

      Students at Riverside Intermediate Academy participate in service projects as part of the Y.E.S. program. Teacher Chelsea Coons' class took part in the "Books for Nicaragua" project.

  • Episode

    May 17th, 2017

    Airdate: May 17, 2017

    This week we attend the Week of Code celebration in Michigan City and the Wonder Babies program in Plymouth. We also talk to Kalina Bertman, who placed third in Notre Dame’s Living Worlds Space Art ... (Show More)

    This week we attend the Week of Code celebration in Michigan City and the Wonder Babies program in Plymouth. We also talk to Kalina Bertman, who placed third in Notre Dame’s Living Worlds Space Art Contest and check out The Globe, a student run radio station in Goshen.

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      Darden Primary Center Student Places Third in Notre Dame Space Art Contest

      Kalina Bertman is a Darden Primary Center student who placed third in University of Notre Dame's College of Science Living World Space Art contest.

      Kalina Bertman is a Darden Primary Center student who placed third in University of Notre Dame's College of Science Living World Space Art contest.

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      Michigan City's Week of Coding Celebration

      Michigan City students and adults in the community had the opportunity to learn coding as a part of the "Week of Coding."

      Michigan City students and adults in the community had the opportunity to learn coding as a part of the "Week of Coding."

  • Episode

    May 10th, 2017

    Airdate: May 10, 2017

    This week we attend community events in South Bend to learn about empathy in children and watch teachers play basketball for a school fundraiser. We also visit Caston Elementary School in Fulton, Indi... (Show More)

    This week we attend community events in South Bend to learn about empathy in children and watch teachers play basketball for a school fundraiser. We also visit Caston Elementary School in Fulton, Indiana, to learn about students’ experience in a world robotics championship and re-visit Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation’s wind turbine.

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      Teaching children how to be empathetic

      Every year the South Bend Education Foundation provides community education on a topic of choosing. Dr. Michele Borba is an educational psychologist, speaker, and author. Her recent publication titled... (Show More)

      Every year the South Bend Education Foundation provides community education on a topic of choosing. Dr. Michele Borba is an educational psychologist, speaker, and author. Her recent publication titled, “Unselfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World,” discusses the importance of cultivating empathy in children.

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      Harlem Wizards Take on Team South Bend in School Fundraiser

      The Harlem Wizards are a show basketball team that perform for school and charity fundraisers. The Wizards took on Team South Bend teachers to raise funds for LaSalle Intermediate Academy's auditorium... (Show More)

      The Harlem Wizards are a show basketball team that perform for school and charity fundraisers. The Wizards took on Team South Bend teachers to raise funds for LaSalle Intermediate Academy's auditorium.

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      Caston Elementary School attends the VEXIQ World Robotics Championship

      The robotics club at Caston Elementary School in Fulton, Indiana, is in its first year and has had huge success.

      The robotics club at Caston Elementary School in Fulton, Indiana, is in its first year and has had huge success.

  • Episode

    May 3rd, 2017

    Airdate: May 3, 2017

    This week we learn about Indiana’s new Pre-K expansion plan, and visit Washington High School and IU South Bend. We also check out the Taste of Michiana event in South Bend and the Running is Elemen... (Show More)

    This week we learn about Indiana’s new Pre-K expansion plan, and visit Washington High School and IU South Bend. We also check out the Taste of Michiana event in South Bend and the Running is Elementary race in Mishawaka.

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      Washington High School's Medical Magnet Program Offers New Biomedical Science Pathway

      Washington High School's Medical Magnet Program offers a new pathway -- the Project Lead The Way Biomedical Science track

      Washington High School's Medical Magnet Program offers a new pathway -- the Project Lead The Way Biomedical Science track

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      Indiana's new Pre-K expansion plan

      In the 2017 session, Indiana lawmakers debated increasing funding for the pre-k program, and in the end, passed a bill that expands the program into 15 additional counties; increasing funding by 10 mi... (Show More)

      In the 2017 session, Indiana lawmakers debated increasing funding for the pre-k program, and in the end, passed a bill that expands the program into 15 additional counties; increasing funding by 10 million dollars.

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        Peter Balonon- Rosen

        Peter is an education reporter with Indiana Public Broadcasting. He attended the meeting about India... (Show More)

        Peter is an education reporter with Indiana Public Broadcasting. He attended the meeting about Indiana's new Pre-K expansion plan and shares what happened with reporter, Monica Murphy.

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        Emily Rupchock

        Emily Rupchock shares her thoughts on Indiana's new Pre-K expansion plan.

        Emily Rupchock shares her thoughts on Indiana's new Pre-K expansion plan.

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      Eleven elementary schools run a race through "Running is Elementary"

      Running is Elementary's vision is to encourage students to live a healthy lifestyle.

      Running is Elementary's vision is to encourage students to live a healthy lifestyle.

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        Mari Lynn Wise

        Mari Lynn Wise talks to us about the vision behind "Running is Elementary."

        Mari Lynn Wise talks to us about the vision behind "Running is Elementary."

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        Kylie Creech

        Kylie Creech set a new goal this year for the program Running is Elementary.

        Kylie Creech set a new goal this year for the program Running is Elementary.

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        Hudson Kaser

        Hudson Kaser says that he wanted to participate in Running is Elementary to carry on the family lega... (Show More)

        Hudson Kaser says that he wanted to participate in Running is Elementary to carry on the family legacy.

  • Episode

    April 26th, 2017

    Airdate: April 26, 2017

    People gathered for March for Science demonstrations across the country. Karishma Desai spoke to scientists and community members at the South Bend March for Science. Karishma also attends the La Port... (Show More)

    People gathered for March for Science demonstrations across the country. Karishma Desai spoke to scientists and community members at the South Bend March for Science. Karishma also attends the La Porte High School's One-to-World Initiative Kickoff where teachers received Chromebooks. The Lifelong Learning Institute of Elkhart County offers stimulating courses for senior citizens. Monica Murphy, speaks with participants about the benefits of lifelong learning. Monica also visits Northside Child Development Center to learn about trainings for school readiness.

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      La Porte High School's One-to-World Initiative Kickoff

      La Porte High School gave their teachers Chromebooks as a part of the One-to-World Initiative. In the fall, each student will receive Chromebooks that they can use in class and at home.

      La Porte High School gave their teachers Chromebooks as a part of the One-to-World Initiative. In the fall, each student will receive Chromebooks that they can use in class and at home.

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        Marcin Kryczka

        Marcin Kryczka is a student at La Porte High School. He seeks to become a Chromebook Support Intern.

        Marcin Kryczka is a student at La Porte High School. He seeks to become a Chromebook Support Intern.

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        Danielle Martz

        Danielle Martz is a freshman at La Porte High School.

        Danielle Martz is a freshman at La Porte High School.

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        Erin Parker

        Erin Parker is a freshman at La Porte High School.

        Erin Parker is a freshman at La Porte High School.

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        Ben Tonagel

        Ben Tonagel is the principal of La Porte High School.

        Ben Tonagel is the principal of La Porte High School.

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        Gloria Ballard

        Gloria Ballard is the technology director for La Porte Community School Corporation.

        Gloria Ballard is the technology director for La Porte Community School Corporation.

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      Scientists and Community Gather for March for Science

      Scientists and community members gathered in support of science education and research in South Bend.

      Scientists and community members gathered in support of science education and research in South Bend.

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        Byron Sanders

        Byron Sanders is the principal of Washington High School.

        Byron Sanders is the principal of Washington High School.

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        Alejandra Escobedo

        Alejandra Escobedo is a senior at Washington High School who is on the Early College pathway.

        Alejandra Escobedo is a senior at Washington High School who is on the Early College pathway.

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        Susan Rathwick

        Susan Rathwick is the head of the science department at Washington High School and the PLTW Lead.

        Susan Rathwick is the head of the science department at Washington High School and the PLTW Lead.

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