MILWAUKEE — On Monday, PBS will launch at-home learning, a broadcast schedule of programming with digital resources that will help educate students during this health crisis.
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Beginning March 30, PBS Wisconsin will dedicate the weekday 5 a.m. - 5 p.m. broadcast to educational programming. This programming will include specific blocks of time dedicated to each grade, from pre-K through grade 12.
This new broadcast schedule will cover cover subjects like English language arts, science, math, and social studies.
The at-home learning programming is a part of a partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and Milwaukee PBS. This programming will air on The Wisconsin Channel or PBS Wisconsin-2.
PBS Wisconsin took to Facebook Thursday to share the news and the broadcast schedule. Governor Tony Evers shared it in support.
PBS at-home learning will also be available for streaming here.