WHUT Public Media’s Education and Outreach team builds on the PBS tradition of inspiring young people in new ways, offering lifelong learning for parents and educators, and setting the standard for helping kids become ready to learn. Special projects from WHUT include in-school visits with students, weekend programs with families, professional development for parents and educators, and programs designed for life-long learning.
CampTV is a broadcast series produced by WNET Group, aimed at bolstering student learning loss. This year, the “Tell Me a Story” segment of the show-comprised of read-aloud of popular picture books--features children pulled from communities across the country as the readers. WHUT is pleased to share that one of our very own community members, Khyrie D., is featured this episode, Time Warp Day!
Learn more about Camp TV here.
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PBS KIDS, the number one educational media brand for kids, offers children ages 2-8 the opportunity to explore new ideas and new worlds through television, digital media and community-based programs. PBS KIDS and local stations across the country support the entire ecosystem in which children learn, including their teachers, parents and community.
WHUT & American Graduate
WHUT is working with the Washington, DC community to increase understanding about the challenges for at-risk youth and work with a network of community partners to help develop and illuminate long-term solutions emphasizing the importance of a strong foundation in early education and the need for consistent caring adults. Click HERE to learn more about our American Graduate Initiative.
WHUT is part of the national American Graduate initiative in partnership with 33 other public media stations around the country.