Time to Go Back to School

Summer Vacation Draws to a Close

Time to Go Back to School

For most kids across the country, the new school year will begin within weeks.

It’s almost the beginning of the school year again. After a couple of months away from school, most kids will soon return to classrooms for the next chapter in their educations. Teachers have already begun prepping their curricula for the next collection of young lives they will touch. Although much about the American public education system has room for improvement, in some ways schools and educators have made strides. Many public schools today a multilingual education, helping students learn multiple languages. Many schools also offer students advanced technological programs to help them learn. With a new school year right around the corner, the In View series, an educational television program carried on many cable channels and cable networks, will highlight some of the innovative software programs and technological tools that schools across the country, including public schools, charter schools and private schools, use to prepare today’s young people for future success.

Education Stories, and the In View Series

In View hosted by Larry King (561-279-3550) will show viewers how some of these programs enhance students’ knowledge across multiple disciplines, like reading, writing, math, science, geography and history. The In View TV series will present the perspectives of school administrators, teachers, students and parents.

In addition to education subjects, the In View series hosted by Larry King touches upon a wide range of subjects across American culture, such as environmental topics, financial matters, technology subjects, medical topics and more. The In View show features examples and stories of innovation, advancement, prosperity, success, perseverance, determination and progress.

As parents get ready to send the kids back to school, here are some school supplies they may need to provide their kids:

  1. Writing utensils, including pens, pencils, markers, colored pencils and crayons.
  2. Writing pads and notebooks.
  3. Correction instruments such as erasers and correction tape.
  4. Backpacks and bags.
  5. Calculators.
  6. Binders.
  7. Glue, tape and staplers.
  8. Scissors.
  9. Notebook paper.
  10. A lunchbox.

The In View Series Hosted by Larry King Reviews Medical Advances

The In View Series Highlights Innovations and Advances

The producers of the In View series had a busy day yesterday with simultaneous video shoots in Chester, MD and Wichita, KS. The episodes shot yesterday should reach TV viewers within the next few months. The In View TV series has ongoing series about trends, developments and advances that impact Americans in their daily lives, as well as American small businesses and corporations across the nation. The TV program, which runs on major cable networks and prominent cable channels across America, explores stories of progress, achievement, innovation and advancement across the U. S. and Canada.

In View hosted by Larry King (561-279-3550) shows viewers across the country how individuals, nonprofit groups, charities and companies have adjusted and adapted in these trying times to achieve their goals and keep moving forward. The In View show features stories about companies and organizations of all sizes. The show presents stories about small businesses, family farms and small physicians’ practices, along with stories about national and multinational corporations, regional companies and major hospitals, doctors’ groups and health organizations.

Advances in the Treatment of Diseases

The In View series hosted by Larry King reviews innovations, advances and breakthroughs in sectors, industries and fields across the economy, showing viewers how improvements and steps forward have improved quality and help companies, businesses and firms operate more efficiently and remain competitive. The cable television program has shown, for example, how school districts, schools and teachers across the country have incorporated technology to improve students’ performances and keep them engaged. The TV program has also explored advances in the treatment of diseases, showcasing hospitals that have produced positive results for patients.