Kindergarten - 12
The Omoide Project is an initiative of the Hifumi En Society that captures the people, stories and history of the Japanese community in Spokane.
Featuring public media's interactive classroom resources to support teachers, parents, caregivers and mentors who are helping at-risk students overcome key learning obstacles.
Bring significant historical events, places and people to life by integrating KSPS documentaries into the classroom curriculum.
Connect students to compelling stories of working professionals, artists, every-day people, places and events of interests in the Pacific Northwest.
This collection provides a one-stop shop of STEM and digital making resources that focus on the problem, technology, or process behind object creation.
Hear from STEM professionals about their educational pathway, what it is they love about their jobs, and how they really do use that math and science they learned in high school.