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Chief Flight Instructor Bryan Branham sits in one of the Marshall University flight school airplanes.
Marshall Flight School Offers Open House
Do you have a student who wants to fly the friendly skies?

Prospective commercial pilots can learn more about Marshall University’s new flight school this weekend at Yeager Airport in Charleston. The Bill Noe Flight School is hosting an open house at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 15. Visitors will get a close-up look at Marshall’s new training aircraft and see the facilities under construction, while learning more about how they can earn a bachelor’s degree and prepare for a career in aviation.
Help Kids Explore And Learn More About Animals
Animals are exciting — and everywhere! Go on a safari at home to explore the way creatures of all types and sizes move, communicate and interact. Explorations Early explorations lay the foundation for your child’s understanding of animals as living things with characteristics and abilities, needs, and environments that meets their needs. START EXPLORING NOW!
Join Luna And Friends For PBS Kids Family Movie Night
Let's Go Luna! follows the adventures of three friends – Leo, a wombat from Australia; Carmen, a butterfly from Mexico; and Andy, a frog from the United States – as they traverse the globe with their parents’ traveling performance troupe, “Circo Fabuloso.” At each of the Circo’s stops, Luna the Moon guides the trio as they get to know the local region and its people.  Watch Friday, May 14, through Sunday, May 16, from 7-9 p.m.
Ozomatli: Math is Everywhere
PBS KIDS Rocks

Grades K-2 | Video Collection | Multi-subject

PBS KIDS Rocks is a music album featuring 28 songs from Grammy Award-winners Old Crow Medicine Show, Ozomatli, Los Lobos, They Might Be Giants, The Weepies, Best Coast and two-time Parent’s Choice Gold Award-winner SteveSongs, known as Mr. Steve on PBS KIDS. Each of the songs helps kids explore topics related to literacy, STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and social-emotional learning. Bilingual tunes are also included. LEARN MORE!
Driverless Vehicles Yield to Complex Issues
NOVA Wonders: Can We Build a Brain?  
   
Grades 9-12  | Video | Science/Literacy | Engineering | Driver Education
Examine the benefits, risks and unintended consequences of driverless vehicles, which promise to solve some growing problems in society but may create new ones in their place, in this video from NOVA Wonders: Can We Build a Brain? Too many people are faced with congested roadways. A vehicle that can operate autonomously using artificial intelligence may sound like a great idea, this innovation raises complex issues. Support materials offer teaching suggestions. LEARN MORE!
Nurse | The Frontline of Family History

A nurse scientist explains why she entered this field, what the career entails and how she uses genetic research and family health histories to assist patients.  She stresses the importance of conversations within families to understand and pass on medical histories and the need for medical personnel to have these conversations with their patients. LEARN MORE!
American Graduate: Building West Virginia's Workforce
For decades, manufacturers in the U.S. have warned of a massive skills gap: There just aren't enough new skilled workers to make up for older ones who are retiring. As the Mountain State's skilled workforce ages and manufacturing evolves, there are job opportunities in West Virginia that require some training or certification, but not a 4-year degree. West Virginia Public Broadcasting looked at the career pathways that are available in West Virginia. WVPB worked with community partners throughout the state to assess workforce challenges and opportunities and to produce content highlighting individuals as they pursue a variety of pathways leading to high-demand jobs and livable wages. WATCH HERE!
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