Learning at Home with Pennsylvania PBS

The 2020 – 2021 school year is very different… and that can be a little worrisome. Pennsylvania PBS, the seven public television stations across the commonwealth, want you to know that you are not alone.

Working with the Pennsylvania Department of Education, we have created Learning at Home, your connection to thousands of hours of educational and entertaining videos, activities and games to support you. Please see these special messages from Pennsylvania Secretary of Education, Noe Ortega.

Beyond television and the internet, Pennsylvania PBS is piloting a new way to bring the classroom to your living room. We are embarking on a new project to effectively reach students who do not have access to the internet; it is called datacasting, and it’s an exciting way to use an established technology.

Teachers and families: please explore! We are in this #TogetherPennsylvania.


For your preschooler or your high school senior, find when to watch Learning at Home. Every weekday from 11am – 3pm.


PBS LearningMedia offers free and easy access to thousands of lesson plans, videos, interactives and curated collections to give every teacher the chance to ignite students’ curiosity.


Find your local Pennsylvania PBS station on the map and explore new ways to learn at home. We’re here with you every step of the way.


Frances Wolf, Pennsylvania’s First Lady, shares how we are all in this #TogetherPennsylvania.


Whether you are looking for instructional online videos for your students, or are struggling to reach students without internet access, we can help.


Datacasting is a term derived from ‘data’ and ‘broadcasting’.