comscore ‘HIKI NO’ TV series documents pandemic through students’ eyes
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‘HIKI NO’ TV series documents pandemic through students’ eyes

  • PBS HAWAI’I
                                “HIKI NO” on PBS Hawai‘i teaches elementary, middle and high school students how to create PBS-quality news features that reach a statewide audience on PBS Hawaii and a worldwide audience on <a href="http://pbshawaii.org" target="_blank">pbshawaii.org</a>. “This Changed Everything: HIKI NO in the Age of COVID — Part One” airs at 7:30 p.m.. Above, the Kanada family on the Big Island bonds at home during the lockdown in a scene from the series.

    PBS HAWAI’I

    “HIKI NO” on PBS Hawai‘i teaches elementary, middle and high school students how to create PBS-quality news features that reach a statewide audience on PBS Hawaii and a worldwide audience on pbshawaii.org. “This Changed Everything: HIKI NO in the Age of COVID — Part One” airs at 7:30 p.m.. Above, the Kanada family on the Big Island bonds at home during the lockdown in a scene from the series.

While educators, mental­ health experts and media have been trying mightily with varying success to understand and explain the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on the nation’s youth, no one knows more intimately what’s happened to students than the students themselves. Read more

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