PBS Michiana continues offering at home-learning resources this fall

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WNIT Public Television – PBS Michiana has expanded its at-home learning resources for the fall.

The TV station will continue to offer educational programming for students in grades K-12, as at-home learning continues for many schools throughout the Michiana area.

The PBS KIDS 24/7 Channel on WNIT offers children ages 2-8 educational programming across a spectrum of learning domains including literacy, STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and social emotional learning.

PBS KIDS programming can be viewed Monday through Friday during the day and Sunday mornings on channel 34.1, Saturday mornings on channel 34.2 and 24/7 on channel 34.3.

The WORLD At-Home Learning Service, a partnership of PBS and WGBH – Boston being offered locally over-the-air on temporary channel 34.5 and on Comcast channel 1160, is designed to supplement learning for middle and high-school students.

The WORLD Channel will continue to be available weekdays from Noon – 5:00 p.m. Eastern.

Programming schedules may be found by visiting the Indiana Department of Education website or by going to

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