The New York State Education Department (NYSED) has partnered with nine public television stations to offer "Learn-at-Home" educational programming on-air for students from prekindergarten through grade 12, every weekday.
- "Learn-at-Home" programming is available to students through their local public television station starting Monday, March 23.
- Programming will be available for young children (PreK through grade 4) and older children (grade 5 through grade 12) on different digital channels. Material can be viewed for free over-the-air with a television antenna or on cable.
- Parents and educators should check local listings for information about their public television stations' schedules and channel lineup. As this program continues, stations are planning to offer more specific educational information and resources developed in conjunction with local school districts, BOCES, parents and teachers.
- New special collections of learning materials have also been created for parents at PBSLearningMedia.org.
- For more information, visit your local station.
Resources from the State Museum, Library, and ArchivesJoin the New York State Museum for Virtual Field Trips every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 1:00 p.m. (EDT). Visit with Museum educators, scientists, and historians as they take you behind the scenes of some of the Museum's exhibits and collections to highlight cool finds and facts from New York State!
The New York State Museum, Library, and Archives are temporarily closed to the public, but you can still find online exhibitions from the State Museum, online resources from the State Library, and reference services from the State Archives.