OETA, board of education collaborate
on education programming
The Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) is collaborating with the Oklahoma State Department of Education to provide in-home learning opportunities for students, in a program that begins Monday.
Officials say the goal is to bring parents, students and teachers together with content and curriculum to meet educational needs while schools are closed due to the coronavirus.
Beginning Monday, OETA will adjust its daytime schedule to provide curriculum-based programming for students over the air, on its broadcast channel OETA WORLD. Programs will include PBS favorites like “NOVA,” “Nature,” “American Experience” and PBS KIDS programming. In Lawton, that is Channel 36.
Each episode or series directly correlates to lessons and resources available through PBS LearningMedia, a free, digital curriculum