About Partnerships

KQED partners with educational agencies, organizations with educator networks, and content producers to provide educators around the Bay Area and beyond with classroom resources and professional learning opportunities to make learning relevant to students.

Types of Partnerships

  • Content Development: KQED leverages the assets of peer education content developers to increase use of KQED products and services.
  • Distribution: KQED partners with organizations and companies that support and promote KQED educational content through large-scale educator or student distribution platforms.
  • Education Agencies, Educator Networks and Public Media Stations: KQED partners with educator professional learning networks and education agencies to increase educator use of KQED products and services. We also as provide outreach and engagement opportunities to educators within networks. These agencies include school districts, charter networks and other educational organizations and associations.

Partner Programs

KQED Teach School and District Program

Educators within individual districts are provided a safe space to increase digital literacy skills and competencies, and collaborate with other professionals to create a set of best practices within the district for integrating digital media into their classrooms throughout the district. Through school and district implementation, course availability can be customized and curated to meet school district goals and objectives.

Above the Noise Screenings

Join members of KQED’s Youth Advisory Board for a monthly sneak peek of upcoming episodes from  Above the Noise. Above the Noise, a YouTube series for teens, cuts through the hype and dives deep into the science behind the issues affecting their daily lives. The series takes on controversial subject matter with facts and research to help young viewers draw informed conclusions, while inspiring media literacy and civic engagement.

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Partners


Alameda County Office of Education 
Bay Area Video Coalition
California Academy of Sciences
Contra Costa County Office of Education
CK- 12
Chabot Space and Science Center
Common Sense Education
CUE
Facing History and Ourselves
Hypothes.is
Listenwise
Maker Education
The Mix at the San Francisco Public Library
National Writing Project
Oakland Unified School District
PBS Digital Studios
PBS Education 
PBS TeacherLine
San Joaquin County Office of Education
Santa Clara County Office of Education
Sencer
SFUSD
San Mateo County Office of Education
SFMOMA
Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy
Teachers Guild at IDEO
University of California Museum of Palentology
Vista Unified School District
WGBH
Youth Radio
YouTube
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