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VIA Public Media has changed its afternoon television schedule from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. to air programs that can provide learn-at-home opportunities for students.
Each program airing during this block will have curriculum and additional resources that parents and educators can use for students in grades 4-12. All resources can be found free of charge below. This schedule has been designed to help school districts bridge the digital divide and provide access to learning for all students at home regardless of access to computers or the internet.
“We want families to know that they are not alone during this time and that time at home can be spent learning together,” said Kirsten Smith, Grants & Education Officer at VIA Public Media. “From Nature and NOVA to insightful documentaries, VIA and PBS have hundreds of hours of learning opportunities for students at all grade levels”.
Scientists investigate the deadly megafires that swept through California in 2018.
Ten architecturally adventuresome homes that elevated living to an art form.
Explore the history and themes in “Much Ado About Nothing” with host Helen Hunt.
Discover how the Constitution is under assault and the battle to preserve our liberty.
This film tells the story of the first image captured of the Earth from space in 1968.
Follow the construction of a multi-million dollar home sitting above and below water.
Examine the the creation of the document that protects our liberties.
A whirlwind tour of 10 engineering feats that made our civilization possible.
Cameras in space reveal the greatest, most beautiful and powerful movements on our planet.
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