Be Inspired

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.

Be Inspired

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As St. Louis Schools move away from out of school suspensions, Carver Elementary uses yoga, safe spaces and a reflection room to help strugging students.

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Ladue Horton Watkins Senior Ian Mason covers the vandalism of a historic Jewish cemetery in University City.


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Color Coded Kids

Color Coded Kids is a programming enrichment program that serves minority kids from ages 8 to 12 in the St. Louis area.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am