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Hear student-produced stories on KQED’s most popular programs like Perspectives, The California Report, Forum, The Bay and more during our annual event to highlight student voice.
The KQED Youth Advisory Board is a group of Bay Area teens who support our youth media efforts while learning about different career paths in public media.
Empower student voice and choices through media-making for publication on our national platform. Join a Youth Media Challenge to engage student voice. Challenges are open year-round to middle and high school students across the U.S.
Above the Noise is a YouTube series made by and for teens. Each episode cuts through the hype and dives deep into the research behind the issues affecting their daily lives--then encourages viewers to draw their own informed conclusions.
KQED Learn is a free, flexible platform for middle and high school students to practice civil discourse, media literacy and media-making.
We've selected some of the best videos, discussions and media to get you started with incorporating youth media and media-making in your classroom.
Bring the world to your classroom. KQED and PBS have curated free, standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans and more for teachers like you.
Have any questions? Email the Youth Media team at firstname.lastname@example.org