Learn about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and why we celebrate him on January 15th, with this list of educational resources.
Explore PBS Education's digital series American Icons as well as other learning resource collections about icons and inspiration. (Grades PreK-12+)
Starting January 17th: Together with ITVS, PBS Education is hosting a 3-part series of online film screenings followed by panel discussions for classrooms about Black History Month.
Registration for the 2018 Alabama Bicentennial Summer Institutes has been extended to January 22, 2018.
View Vietnam era stories, Learning Resources, and Veterans Projects including the Wall of Faces.
Do you know a student who deserves this $5,000 scholarship? Learn more about Young Heroes - view short videos about the 2017 winners.
2018 Fund for Teachers Grant Applications are being accepted through January 31st. Learn more about Fund for Teachers now!
New digital broadcast channel serves the needs of children and families across the state. The PBS Kids Channel includes a live stream on digital platforms as well.
Alabama Legacy Moments commemorates the Alabama Bicentennial with 200 distinctive radio and television spots about the people, places and stories that have defined Alabama.Watch Online Now!
Online courses and communities of practice for educators and childcare providers in Alabama.
January 29, 2018
Register now in Chalkable/STI-PD by searching for PD Title #PLUACLD398
January 29, 2018
Register now in Chalkable/STI-PD by searching for PD Title #PLUACLD399
January 8, 2018
Our free 6-week online course is designed for any professional early child care educator who is considering applying for the CDA Credential.
January 22, 2018
The Alabama Early Learning Guidelines professional development course, through a partnership between the Alabama Department of Human Resources and Alabama Public Television, will be available as a free 7-week online course this winter.