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We are pleased to announce the launch of the first locally produced Rhode Island PBS LearningMedia resources!

The full list can be found here, with descriptions and links to each new resource below. The product of collaboration with local educators, organizations and supporters, this diverse library of media resources is also an exciting indicator of what is to come. Watch for additional local content in 2019!

Register for free at and access this new content, plus tens of thousands of standards-aligned instructional resources for Preschool through Grade 12.

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Using videos created as part of PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs by students at Blackstone-Millville Regional High School, this media gallery and unit plan address the now common regional practice of using old mill buildings to create and house new work opportunities.  Click Here

New England Mill Rehabilitation


Produced by Rhode Island PBS in partnership with Roger Williams Park Zoo, this growing collection of original one minute videos is packed with information about animals from around the world that are housed right here in Providence, Rhode Island.  Click Here

Paws for a Minute


Rhode Island Classroom

Rhode Island Classroom

Explores the latest technology, lessons, and people who are making the grade in Rhode Island's Kindergarten through grade 12 classrooms.

Rhode Island PBS GED Connection

Rhode Island PBS GED Connection

Get information on the GED exam, broadcast schedule and testing and training centers.

PBS TeacherLine

PBS TeacherLine

Flexible, online professional development for PreK-12 educators.

PBS Parents

PBS Parents

A trusted resource that’s filled with information on child development and early learning.

Explore the PBS Teachers' BlogExplore the PBS Teachers' Blog

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About Rhode Island PBS Education Services
The Education Services Department of Rhode Island PBS provides content and services to support teaching and learning for educators, students, parents and learners of all ages in our community. Resources are distributed free-of-charge and leverage high-quality public media content adapted for instructional use, supported by outreach efforts and virtual and in-person training. Our featured resource is Rhode Island PBS LearningMedia – an online PreK-12 content library that provides no cost access to almost 100,000 media-based instructional resources for educators, students, and parents, with 1.8 million registered US educators, and nearly (or almost?) 2,600 registered Rhode Islandeducators.  Registration for new users is easy at For more information about Rhode Island PBS Education Services and to sign up for the monthly eNewsletter, visit Follow us on Facebook (EdServRIPBS) and Twitter (@EdServRIPBS).