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As America’s largest classroom, PBS is the #1 source for educational media for students and educators. AETN PBS LearningMedia is rapidly becoming the choice of 21st century educators as they look for innovative digital content to engage students and ignite learning.

Need new material? AETN PBS LearningMedia is your go-to destination for free educational digital resources!  'Like' our Facebook page today for a chance to win prizes for your classroom! Check out the 20,000 free, innovative classroom-ready digital resources available to every teacher, student and family across Arkansas and get instant access to thousands of classroom-ready, curriculum-targeted interactives, videos, images and audio clips from PBS and public media partners

AETN PBS LearningMedia is expressly designed for educators, PreK-16. This free service brings together the BEST of public media digital content from award-winning programs like NOVA, Nature, FRONTLINE, American Experience, and Side the Science Kid, along with content from 90+ contributors including the National Archives, National Public Radio, and The Learning Registry.

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