Latest Educational television Stories

2011-02-08 08:17:00

ARLINGTON, Va., Feb. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- From the beginning, children's media at PBS has been about helping children learn.

2010-10-15 08:22:00

WASHINGTON, Oct. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and PBS received notification today of a Ready to Learn grant for nearly $72 million from the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Innovation and Improvement.

2010-09-21 11:00:00

Members of Congress joined PBS Stations KCET and WETA in the "Third Annual National Child Care Providers Awards Ceremony" WASHINGTON, Sept.

2010-03-05 06:00:00

NEW YORK, March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Today's national leadership has made education a top priority, highlighting the need to prepare America's students to successfully compete in the global economy.

2009-10-09 11:00:00

HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Oct. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Everyone's favorite preschool scientist, Sid, star of SID THE SCIENCE KID, is hearing a lot of talk this fall about how to stay healthy, which leads him to ask lots of questions about what can make a person sick and what he can do to keep from getting sick.

2009-10-05 08:00:00

Brand New WORDGIRL Episode, Classic Favorites and Online Resources Guide Children Through Friendship Fundamentals Such as Sharing and Helping Each Other Overcome Fears PBS Parents Gets in the Spirit with Free Exclusive DINOSAUR TRAIN Costume Pattern, Budget-Friendly Costume Ideas, Tips on Safety, Non-Candy Ideas for Trick-or-Treat Bags and Much More ARLINGTON, Va., Oct.

2009-06-29 07:00:00

-Live-Action Segment to Feature ARTHUR Creator Marc Brown Meeting Connor Gordon, 11, of Savage, Minn. and his Character "Lydia Fox"- WOONSOCKET, R.I., and BOSTON, June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Connor Gordon, 11, of Savage Minn., is about to make his television debut.

2009-05-13 10:55:00

-- Connor Gordon, 11, of Savage, Minnesota and his Character "Lydia Fox" to Be Featured in a Live Action Segment of the ARTHUR Show -- WOONSOCKET, R.I.

Word of the Day
  • A morbid dread of being buried alive. Also spelled 'taphiphobia'.
The word 'taphephobia' comes from Greek roots meaning 'burial' and 'fear'.