With nearly 80 percent of Utahns living on the Wasatch Fault, Salt Lake City’s KUED wants to understand how prepared residents are for disaster by asking PIN sources for their insights.
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Does the media focus too much on veterans with PTSD on not enough on those who are thriving? Here’s insight from three people bold enough to ask our reporter that question.
Traumatic brain injury often causes trouble with concentration, reading comprehension and memory — the very things that would likely prevent academic success. For veterans attempting to navigate the rhythms of college life, they can spell disaster.
After seven years of serving in the Army, Sgt. Danielle Adams joined the Army Reserve, and, using her GI Bill benefits, she is completing her degree in political science.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be highlighting the work being done in partner newsrooms receiving Public Insight Network engagement funding. This week, Prairie Public Broadcasting launched its anti-bullying engagement project with a query to 450 school superintendents, principals and counselors across North Dakota.
If you served in the U.S. military, your expertise can help reporters tell the story of the modern veteran experience. Here are a few specific ways your experience can help others understand this generation of veterans.
We talk to Michigan Radio’s Sarah Alvarez. She just finished working on a five-part series about the education system in Stockbrige, Mich., a small town about an hour away from Ann Arbor, where the schools are operating on a shoestring budget and the students are getting creative with their learning.
Sgt. Andrew Napier was a medic: He was trained to recognize the signs of TBI in his men. Now, he sees them in himself as he navigates life back home.
Colorado Public Radio has been reporting on race gaps in Colorado in partnership with I-News Network, a nonprofit investigative news service. I-News studied census data from 1960 to 2010 and found that blacks and Latinos are falling behind whites in education, income and homeownership. It’s an important story because Colorado was once a national model for minority progress.
We want your help telling the story of the student veteran experience. Tell us what it’s been like to transition from the military to the classroom. What’s been easy? What’s been difficult? How is the GI Bill working for you?