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KQED Youth Media Challenge Science Documentary. Illustration of student with a beaker and microscope.
Youth Media Challenges

Put Students in the Director’s Chair With 60-Second Science Documentaries

KQED Youth Media Challenge Rethink School With MindShift. Illustration of laptop with desk coming out of screen
Youth Media Challenges

Help Students Reconnect, Reflect and Reimagine School

Above the Noise host Myles Bess wears a yellow jacket and spins a basketball on his finger, against a pink colored background that has gender inclusive symbols, as well as a transgender flag and a soccer ball and football. Text in a blue box says, "Breaking down the spin on trans' girls and sports."
Above the Noise

Should Trans Girls Be Allowed To Play Girls' Sports?

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Youth Media Challenges

Students Use Podcasts To Investigate What Matters To Them

Youth Media Challenges

Student Dance Challenge Starts with a Kick!

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Youth Media Challenges

Students Learn the Power of Sharing Their Own Stories

A YouTube thumbnail image to explain this video is about the pros and cons of unpaid internships
Above the Noise

Are Unpaid Internships Worth It?

Youth Media Challenges

Students Use Engineering to Envision a Better Future

Above the Noise

How Can We Create Safety and Justice for the AAPI Community?

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