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Home Education Maryland Public Television Stations Launch At-Home-Learning

Maryland Public Television Stations Launch At-Home-Learning

Maryland Public Television stations have announced the “At-Home Learning” initiative to help families whose children are learning from home during the coronavirus public health emergency.

The collaboration between Maryland Public Television (MPT), WETA, and Howard University Television (WHUT) features a coordinated schedule of educational programming that will be broadcast over the air, on cable stations and live streaming at mpt.org/livestream

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The At-Home Learning special broadcasting is live weekdays 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Programs are “structured to supplement curriculums in three segments, specifically Early Learners (Pre-K through 3rd grade), Middle Grades (4th through 8th grades), and High School (9th through 12 grade).” Viewers are encouraged to check their local station’s website for weekly schedule updates.

In addition to on-air and streaming programs, the At-Home Learning digital content includes helpful resources for parents and educators and fun activities for kids including activities and crafts, STEM challenges and cool videos. 

Find scheduling information for At-Home Learning at weta.org, mpt.org, and whut.org; and online programming at mpt.org/education.

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