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In recognition of Veterans Day and Native American Heritage Month, PBS programming airing later this fall will honor and celebrate the many contributions made to our country by both Native Americans and veterans, and explore issues impacting the lives of these communities.Read More
PBS and The National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) announce a joint effort to promote the importance of media literacy education.Read More
Young Viewers Meet Historical Figures When They Were Kids in New PBS KIDS Series, XAVIER RIDDLE AND THE SECRET MUSEUM
Beginning Monday, November 11, young adventurers will get to go back in time to meet some of the world’s most inspiring historical figures – when they were kids – and learn about the character skills that helped shape their vision and lead to their success.Read More
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PBS KIDS announced a new animated series, HERO ELEMENTARY, set to premiere in the summer of 2020. HERO ELEMENTARY is a school for budding superheroes, where kids learn to master their powers, like flying and teleportation, while exploring science. HERO ELEMENTARY aims to give kids tools to solve problems by thinking and acting like scientists and igniting their natural curiosity and empathy.Read More
PBS welcomed newly elected and returning board members following its first board meeting of fiscal year 2020.Read More