Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies

Explore the story of cancer with classroom resources from Ken Burns' newest documentary, "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies" premiering on PBS this Monday.

Journey to Asia

Last week, the First Lady traveled to Japan and Cambodia to promote the importance of girls' education. Explore her blog and highlights from her journey here!

Webinar on 3/31 @ 6PM EDT

Learn to create dynamic presentations with PBS LearningMedia! This "101" session will teach you everything you need to know to bring the magic of PBS into your classroom.

Science + Medicine

See how groundbreaking advances in medicine and technology are impacting lives with this segment from "Twice Born" which premieres Tuesday on PBS.

Web Chat on 3/30 @ 10:30AM EDT

Join the U.S. Department of State and PBS LearningMedia for a LIVE, virtual exchange with Honduran and American students as they explore the history of ancient Maya! Learn more.

PBS LearningMedia: Massachusetts PBS Edition


    MRA: Look for us at the 2015 Massachusetts Reading Association annual conference at the Quincy Marriott, April 9-10. We'll have a booth in the exhibit hall, and Sarah Churchill Silberman of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education will be stopping by on April 9 from 1 - 2:30 p.m. for a Q&A about the Model Curriculum Units. 

    NCTM: We're exhibiting at the 2015 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting and Exhibition at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, April 15-18. Stop by booth #544 to learn about the latest mathematics resources from PBS LearningMedia, and to enter our raffle. 

  • Curriculum Design and Implementation

    The Massachusetts Dept. of Elementary and Secondary Education offers guidance for those implementing the Model Curriculum Units in their schools and classrooms. Find numerous videos on their YouTube channel as well as guides, maps, and testimonials on their website

    Click here to request access to all Model Curriculum Units

    Bring your MCU questions to the 2015 MRA conference in April. Sarah Churchill Silberman will give a Q&A at the PBS LearningMedia booth. For more information, email Julia Anderson at WGBH. (


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