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Civil Rights: Then & Now

This collection of videos, documents, and primary sources lends context to the events and leaders that defined the Civil Rights Movement’s first three decades (1954-1985).

Star Wars Day Classroom Activities

Share this space-themed collection with students.

Celebrate Earth Day, April 22

Teaching environmental activism with resources from PBS LearningMedia.

Who Tells Your Story?

PBS Teachers' Lounge, Voices in Education

Professional Development for Science Teachers

Enroll online with PBS Teacherline to access modules for Science Education.

Won’t You Be Our Neighbor Teacher Series

A three-part 'Live-Learning' series for preK-5 educators on the core competencies of social emotional learning.

Inspiring Young Scientists Through STEAM Education

A three-part professional development series for teachers.

21 Pi Day Ideas

Celebrate Pi Day with these classroom resources.

Teaching Students to Critically Analyze Media

The first of a 3-part PBS “Live Learning” experience: Empowering Young Media Consumers and Creators

Career Connections

Young professionals tell us about their jobs and take us behind the scenes to show us what they do every day.

Black History Month in the Classroom

A collection of resources about African American history from PBS and public media partners.

Register Now for the Power Up Shared Reading Teacher Bootcamp

Twenty minutes of professional development per day for five days from PBS TeacherLine.

22 Ways to Bring Earthrise Into The Classroom

Half a century ago humans saw planet Earth “rise” over another celestial object for the very first time.

Top 10 Resources for Educators in 2019

Tips from PBS Kids and LearningMedia for the New Year.

Developing Cultural Awareness Professional Development Event for PreK-2 Teachers

Explore Global & Cultural Awareness Teaching Strategies

NPR Student Podcast Challenge: Turn An Idea Into Sound — And Win

A chance for teachers and students, grades 5 through 12, to turn their classrooms into production studios.

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