PBS Learning has launched a new tool to help parents and teachers find missing children online.
The app, which will be available in the U.S. by the end of the year, is a virtual assistant and translator for parents and caregivers who want to find out if their child has gone missing.
It is designed to assist parents and children in finding missing children, but PBS also wants to expand its services to the world’s most vulnerable populations.
The new tool, called the Missing Kids Search, lets users search for a child online using their phone number and geographic location, as well as their home address, social media profiles and phone and internet history.
For example, users can search for their child by using the search feature in the Google search bar or by typing their child’s name.
If the search returns an answer to a question, the user can then see more information about the missing child, including photos and information about their social media accounts.
Parents can also use the app to look for clues, including if they were the last person to see the child or if they have any information about who the child is.
“Parents and their children are at the top of the list of potential missing children,” said PBS President and CEO Chris Dickson.
“With this new tool and app, we’re making it easier to find missing kids by using real data.”PBS is launching the new tool after finding that it is extremely popular among parents.
“The fact that the Lost Children Search tool is so popular with parents, especially in the first year, gives us a great opportunity to bring this new search service to the rest of the world,” Dickson said.
“It allows us to provide parents with the same resources that we offer in our homes.
And because it is so easy to use, it will enable more parents to get involved in their missing children search.”
For more information on the Lost Kids Search and how to use it, visit www.missingkidssearch.com