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woman (Diane Kroeger) bending down playing with kids on sidewalk

WFSU Public Media’s Education and Outreach team builds on the PBS tradition of inspiring young people in new ways, offering lifelong learning for parents and educators, and setting the standard for helping kids become ready to learn. Special projects from WFSU include in-school visits with students, night and weekend programs with families, professional development for parents and educators, and programs designed for pre-K to graduation and beyond. Our afterschool and seasonal projects ensure year-round learning, avoiding the “summer slump”, in a fun, interactive environment. At WFSU, we value our special role within the community; please let us know how we can help you!

Martha Speaks Reading Buddies

In this 10-week program, first grade students are paired with older students to learn new vocabulary.

Odd Squad: Be the Agent Camp

t the “Be the Agent Camp,” children will take on the role of an Odd Squad Agent. Campers can spend five days as Odd Squad agents, solving odd cases and creating useful gadgets by using teamwork, math knowledge, science and more.

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