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Research shows that 60 percent of all fourth graders in this country are not reading at grade level. That puts them at risk to fall behind in school and become discouraged. And these kids are four times more likely to drop out of high school. The United Way of Miami-Dade’s ReadingPals program helps children improve their literacy skills, starting when kids are in preschool. We focus on how the program works and the need for volunteers to help the program grow.
My TV 33–09/15/2014
Guitars Over Guns, or GOGO, is a local nonprofit organization, which provides after-school mentoring to at-risk youth. It does so through music education and performance as an alternative to the gang recruitment, drugs and violence that typically dominate their environments. We focus on how this unique program works, and the impact it is having on local students.
My TV 33–09/15/2014
This special edition of Facing South Florida, “Last Chance Boot Camp” is the culmination of a 4-month CBS4 News investigation that follows one class of boot camp cadets – a collection of carjackers, burglars and armed robbers being given one last chance to turn their lives around. We take you inside the last remaining boot camp in Florida, and this facility may be short-lived as well. The Miami-Dade County Commission is poised to decide whether to shut it down. Not because it doesn’t work, but simply to save money.
Nothing comes between Justin Bieber and his Calvins, except for maybe a booing crowd.
Already, there are promos online for the iPhone 6 — and the company recruited some big names to help sell them.
- Focus on South Florida: 2014 Florida Documentary Film Festival My TV 33–09/08/2014
- Focus on South Florida: “The Miami Generation: Revisited” My TV 33–09/08/2014
- Focus on South Florida: Tunnel to Towers Foundation & 5K Run My TV 33–09/08/2014
- Facing South Florida: One-on-One with Debbie Wasserman Schultz CBS4–09/08/2014