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What WVPB Education Offers the Mountain State
Tools for adults to talk about big issues in little peoples lives.
At-Home-Learning for West Virginia Kids. Watch Monday-Friday at 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
WVPB Education Staff
Margaret Miller holds a Bachelor of Science in Social Studies Education (7-12) Master of Arts in Reading Education. You can reach her at email@example.com
We Value Education
WVPB Education staff make up a diverse range of educational experience, knowledge, and passion. Kelly spent 17 years as an Elementary School Teacher; Harrison is currently an Adjunct Faculty Instructor with Midway University and has teaching experience with 6-12th grade; Margaret spent 28 years teaching 7-12th grade. Kelly, Harrison, and Margaret all know the importance of education and the change it can bring to someone's life. WVPB Education has resources for:
- Libraries/Youth Groups
- K-12th grade
- Career Readiness
- Professional Development
WVPB Education offers the following programs and more:
- PBS Kids and PBS Parents Content
- Inquire Within Library Program
- PBS LearningMedia
- Above and Beyond
- Education Station with West Virginia Department of Education
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WVPB has won a national award for community engagement from the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA), which honors public media achievements nationwide. The award was presented during its 2021 NETA Conference and CPB (Corporation for Public Broadcasting) Public Media Thought Leader Forum. The Community Engagement National Project Award was presented to WVPB virtually during The 52nd Annual Public Media Awards (PMAs). The winning initiative was a statewide education outreach program targeting early readers. WVPB employees, friends, and volunteers – 200 people total – took one day, November 7, 2019, to read the same book to children in all 55 counties in West Virginia.
Watch the Video that Won An Award!
Read For The Record
WVPB partners with Jumpstart for the Read For the Record day. WVPB's goal is to have community engagement throughout the state of West Virginia by having at least one reading location in each of the 55 counties when the event starts. Read For The Record is an annual event occurring each Fall that aims to do the following among other things:
- Increase awareness of the importance of early literacy
- Make book accessible to children
Books selected for the event foster language and social-emotional engagement, honors diversity, and has a strong narrative that appeals to children. We value this partnership with Jumpstart and the community engagement that it provides the Mountain State!
PBS Kids Resources
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WVPB Education Newsletter
American Graduate in West Virginia
Since 2011, American Graduate has looked at graduation rates and school success. Now we take on the challenges of students leaving school and entering the workforce.