Two St. Louis school districts build relationships while learning with STEM
We hear the word STEM thrown around a lot. What does it mean and what does it really mean to students?
Everything You Need to Stay Educated and Entertained While Social Distancing with HEC Media
HEC Media is here to help you stay educated and entertained while social distancing.
Helpful Hints for Homebound Students and Parents
Keep your child or student educated and informed with Educate.Today’s free online curriculum.
LitShop, Where Books Meet Woodworking
LitShop is a free program for middle school girls in the St. Louis area that is a combination woodworking shop and book club.
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New App Matches International Students with Universities & Provides Connections to Campus Life
Connexio aims to provide a solution for foreign students mystified by the concept of college in the United States.
Real world learning outside the classroom: High School CEOs
Julie Tristan shows us a class that teaches High School students how to be CEO’s complete with real businesses that could make money!
Teaching Children Financial Literacy with “Savannah’s Savings Jar”
Former St. Louis teacher Chelsea Addison is doing her part to teach financial literacy to young students. “Savannah’s Savings Jar” is the first of six books.
New Ferguson Teen Center Gives Youth “A Place to Become”
The Boys and Girls Club of Greater St. Louis opened a Teen Center of Excellence — one of the first of its kind — in November 2019.
Recipes for Respect: African American Meals and Meanings
African American cooking is rich in traditions beyond today’s soul food. Enslaved and free black cooks earned respect as fine chefs and cookbook authors.
Access Office, Giving All Students the Opportunity to Succeed
The Access Office at St. Louis Community College helps students with disabilities succeed in college.