This episode is all about inspiring people and programs in St. Louis area schools. From a world-renowned speaker with autism who gave advice to local high schoolers to a program that uses classical guitar music to help students in school. Plus, how one organization built a town to show kids what working in the real world is like. And, a partnership between the Microsoft store and an organization that’s turning kids into coders!
There’s a lot more to education than blackboards and textbooks. Behind the Minds takes you behind the school doors to highlight educational initiatives within St. Louis city and county K-12 schools. Watch for teachers, staff, administrators, and students who will blow your mind with innovative ideas and programs.
Auto Technicians Wanted
Automotive technicians are in very high demand. The jobs can pay up to six figures, but there are more jobs than there are auto techs.
Kirkwood classroom hatching up a hands-on approach to learning
A suburban elementary school has made two live chickens part of the third grade curriculum. Children are caring for the birds, and learning invaluable lessons.
The National Weather Service is Searching for Meteorologists
Are you fascinated by the weather? Do you want to make it your career? There may be a better chance to work in meteorology than ever before.
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Festus High School Teacher, Devin Lorenz & his rookie Festus High School Rocket Club are the Team America and the International Rocketry Challenge Champions.