NETA delivers educational programming and services to public television stations across the country. Our collection of educational programming offers a range of topics for learners and many include educational resources to help extend learning at home or in the classroom.
Many public television stations are offering at-home learning programming blocks and services to support virtual school due to COVID-19. NETA has selected several programs to help fill remote learning needs for grades 3-12. Several include additional learning resources accessible on PBS LearningMedia or the program website.
This collection of programs includes digital resources on PBS LearningMedia.
This collection includes timely topics as well as our Classroom Connection collection to support at-home learning.
Educational Programming Services
NETA offers a simple, nation-wide program distribution service to our members, public television stations and independent producers. Educational media is a proven medium for impacting student learning. Now more than ever, families and educators need high-quality media - both over-the-air and digital - to supplement learning. NETA is focused on curating educational programming for grades 3-12 in the core subject areas of literacy, math, science, social studies and the arts.
Go beyond the air and into classrooms and communities
NETA provides the following educational services, supported by enhanced engagement options.
- Creating and/or distributing educational materials aligned with national and state standards
- Packaging and uploading video clips and educational materials to PBS LearningMedia
To help bring educational programming to homes and classrooms, we offer engagement opportunities with public media professionals including enhanced promotions and webinar opportunities.
- Engagement Guide for stations with engagement materials and strategies (recommended community partners, activities, discussion guides for screenings, social engagement suggestions)
- NETA Webinars offer personalized engagement with public media professionals