Listen to Superintendent Robert W. Runcie and project lead for our Code.org initiative Christine Semisch, discuss National Computer Science Education Week and how Broward County Public Schools joined 200 million students across the world to try one hour of computer science.
In this podcast we discuss why early learning and childhood literacy is an important priority to our school District and also highlight Jumpstart’s Read for the Record, where thousands of pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students in classrooms around the nation set out to break a world record. Listen to the latest installment.
In this podcast, we discuss some of Broward County Public Schools great initiatives that are changing the landscape of the 21st century classroom. This podcast covers the Dual Language Program, Debate and “First Move” Scholastic Chess, and how these learned skills ensure that our students will succeed in tomorrow’s world.
In this episode of the Superintendent’s Podcast, we welcome all BCPS students and employees ‘Back to School’ and celebrate a major milestone in Broward County Public Schools history, which dates back to the year 1915.
This month’s Superintendent’s Podcast takes a look back at some of the highlights of the 2014/15 school year. In addition, Superintendent Runcie talks about what’s ahead for the SMART initiative in the upcoming 2015/16 school year, and so much more.
- Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) is proud to have more than 42,000 registered volunteers and 2,700 business and community partners of various ages, interests and backgrounds supporting our students. During this 2014/15 school year they have already donated over 500,000 hours to benefit our students and schools.
- The District honors these outstanding volunteers, mentors, business partners and parent involvement winners during the Community Involvement Awards (CIA). This podcast is a recording from Superintendent Robert W. Runcie’s remarks at the 2015 CIA, which was held at the Parker Playhouse and attended by more than 700 guests.
- BCPS values the contributions of our volunteers, mentors and partners and understands their positive impact to our students. To join the 42,000 community members helping Broward’s students and schools, and to learn more about how you can get involved, visit browardschools.com/getinvolved.
- For a complete recap of the 2015 Community Involvement Awards, visit browardschools.com/cia.
In this podcast Superintendent Robert W. Runcie discusses The SMART Capital Program Needs Assessment Reports. These individual school-level reports are the result of a comprehensive District-wide Needs Assessment, which provide an objective, data-driven overview of the District, as well as a strategic planning tool for prioritizing facility needs.