As Texas schools provide learning opportunities for the 2020-21 school year, Texas PBS stations are ready to help parents, kids and teachers with FREE educational resources offered on television, online as well as through dozens of apps designed for learning. The learning doesn’t have to stop, even if you don’t have access to online learning.
Texas PBS stations have teamed up with districts across the state to revamp our daily schedules with programs designed to help keep our kids learning at home. Texas PBS stations are offering a suite of resources designed in collaboration with educators and administrators that are aligned to Texas standards. Our daytime schedule will provide the instruction of important skills for kids ages 2-8. Stations will also offer special content for older elementary grades, middle school and high school.
For students who are at-home, Texas PBS stations can provide a variety of resources from broadcast television programs to digital resources.
PBSLearningMedia.org is free and can be used by anyone, but it was designed with teachers in mind. You can use it with the Remind app, Google classroom, and you can even create folders for your own reference and to share with your students, colleagues, and families.
As we move into the new school year, PBS and PBS member stations across the country are continuing or expanding their educational services in support of children, parents and educators during the national pandemic.
- PBS KIDS Learning Goals / Metas de aprendizaje de PBS KIDS
- Smart Screen Time Tips / Consejos de la pantalla inteligente
- PBS KIDS App Learning Goals
- Learning Connections and Reflections Grades Pre-K–5/6
“Local Resources and TV Schedule Information
Central Texas (Austin/Waco): Austin PBS Learning Resources
College Station/Bryan: KAMU
South Texas Corpus Christi & Rio Grande Valley: KEDT
El Paso: PBS El Paso
Lubbock: Texas Tech Public Media
Midland/Odessa: Basin PBS
Panhandle Region (Amarillo): Panhandle PBS
San Antonio: KLRN Learning at Home