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National Education Projects

WETA's ongoing commitment to education is realized through national services that focus on making learning available to all.

Over the last decade, WETA Learning Media has created and sustained the following award-winning multimedia services for parents, teachers and other education professionals.

 

Adlit

AdLit

AdLit.org is a national multimedia project from WETA that offers resources for parents and educators of struggling readers and writers in grades 4-12.

Go to AdLit.org →

American Graduate DC

American Graduate DC

American Graduate is a public media initiative funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to help local communities across the U.S. find solutions to address the dropout crisis. American Graduate D.C. brings together the three public media stations in our nation’s capital – WAMU, WETA, and WHUT – to collaborate with local youth development organizations, the public schools, advocacy groups, and others on dropout prevention.

Go to American Graduate DC →

BrainLine.org

BrainLine.org

BrainLine.org is a national multimedia project from WETA that provides information and resources on preventing, treating, and living with traumatic brain injury.

Go to BrainLine.org →

ColorinColorado.org

ColorinColorado.org

ColorinColorado.org is an award-winning bilingual website for parents and educators of English language learners.

Go to ColorinColorado.org →

LDOnLine.org

LD OnLine Screen

LD OnLine provides accurate information about learning disabilities and ADHD to over 200,000 people each month.

Go to LDOnLine.org →

LearningStore.org

Learning Store Screen

LearningStore.org offers educational videos, books, and software for teachers, parents, and kids.

Go to LearningStore.org →

Reading Rockets

Reading Rockets

ReadingRockets.org is a national multimedia project from WETA that looks at how young children learn to read, why so many struggle, and what we can do to help them.

Go to ReadingRockets.org →

Start with a Book

Start with a Book Screen

Start with a Book is a companion summer website to ReadingRockets.org. The site features free resources for parents and summer program staff designed to build literacy skills and ward off summer learning loss.

Go to Start with a Book →

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