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Keystone Education Radio is a bi-weekly podcast leading the conversation on ‘all-things-education’.



Take twenty minutes out of your day to know more about varying topics impacting public education in Pennsylvania and nationwide. Listen-in on discussions around societal and cultural factors, policy and legislative issues, and new thinking that’s shaping the educational experience for today’s students. Hear from school leaders, legislators, experts, and innovators, and come away with fresh insights and relevant resources.

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Keystone Education Radio is a bi-weekly podcast leading the conversation on ‘all-things-education’.



Take twenty minutes out of your day to know more about varying topics impacting public education in Pennsylvania and nationwide. Listen-in on discussions around societal and cultural factors, policy and legislative issues, and new thinking that’s shaping the educational experience for today’s students. Hear from school leaders, legislators, experts, and innovators, and come away with fresh insights and relevant resources.

    Today’s PTA: A leading child advocacy organization

    Today’s PTA: A leading child advocacy organization

    Beyond the known monthly meetings and bake sales, today’s Parent Teacher Association or PTA is a leading child advocacy organization comprised of millions of families, students, teachers, administrators, and business and community leaders all devoted to the educational success of children and the promotion of family engagement in schools.

    • 11 min
    Community Relations & Communication: A talk with PSBA’s president-elect David Hein

    Community Relations & Communication: A talk with PSBA’s president-elect David Hein

    Building strong community relationships and advocating positive, constructive dialogue is a critical task for school boards, albeit a challenging one in today’s climate of strong opinions and hot button issues. On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, hear from PSBA’s president-elect and Parkland School District’s board president David Hein on his district’s drive to continuously learn, grow and communicate effectively, and what he calls failing forward.

    • 11 min
    Disruptive Innovation – Turning challenges into positive changes

    Disruptive Innovation – Turning challenges into positive changes

    Learn more about the Institute’s research and what the report’s author Tom Arnett has to say about their findings in this Keystone Education Radio conversation with host Annette Stevenson.

    • 20 min
    Creativity through Curiosity and Celebrating Mister Rogers’ Legacy

    Creativity through Curiosity and Celebrating Mister Rogers’ Legacy

    Mister Rogers was a learning scientist, and his approach with children was certainly ahead of his time. Today, learning scientists are focusing on the same things Mister Rogers taught children through the lens of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” — things like developing curiosity, finding creative solutions, communication skills, collaboration, and self-acceptance, how to be a good friend and a loving person.

    • 18 min
    Empowering Students Through Mentor Relationships

    Empowering Students Through Mentor Relationships

    Discover the work being done in Philadelphia schools between the Office of School Safety (OSS) and its students, particularly young black males, through its Leaders Encouraging Achievement and Development, or LEAD, mentoring program.

    • 16 min
    The Effects of Nature and its Role in Social-Emotional Learning

    The Effects of Nature and its Role in Social-Emotional Learning

    A growing body of research reveals tangible and measurable social and emotional benefits for students and teachers when nature-based lessons and spending time outdoors are incorporated in students’ studies.

    • 12 min

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