PBS, together with local member stations, serves all Americans with content and services that educate, inform and inspire. #ILovePBS
Find out what PBS means to viewers, and about its role as a public service.
ONE OF AMERICA'S BEST INVESTMENTS
Public broadcasting is one of America's best investments - just about $1.35 per citizen each year.
For every $100 of federal spending, public broadcasting receives just a penny.
PBS member stations provide essential education resources for learners of all ages.
With PBS LearningMedia, Pre-K-12 educators can access curriculum-aligned digital resources from trusted media partners that bring learning to life for students.
PBS offers engaging digital learning tools to help prepare kids for kindergarten and life.
Through the Ready To Learn Initiative, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS and local stations provide free, evidence-based educational resources that help teachers, caregivers and parents build early science and literacy skills for America’s children, especially those in underserved families.
Preparing Kids for Success in School and Life
A recent study confirms that parents overwhelmingly agree no other television network meets their children's school readiness needs like PBS KIDS.
The American Academy of Pediatrics released new guidelines to help families balance media and everyday life, pointing to PBS KIDS as a leading resource for educational programming.
Every day is an adventure and learning opportunity for our little explorers.
Survey results show that parents want anytime access to high-quality educational content and they rank PBS KIDS as the best use of family screen time.
The PBS KIDS whole child educational ecosystem addresses core needs in areas such as social-emotional learning, math, engineering, literacy and science.