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Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

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In the United States, May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. Many people use the month to honor the accomplishments of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States while celebrating their diverse heritages.

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PBS KIDS Announces New Series PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC, Premiering February 19, 2018

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Produced by WGBH Boston and Based on the Best-Selling Books, New Multiplatform Media Property Encourages Kids to Explore the Creative Arts and Self-expression

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The Soldier's Experience in Vietnam: Using Oral Histories to Draft a Historical Narrative

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Learn about the experience of being a soldier in Vietnam from the men who experienced the war first hand from the front lines to the offices back on the bases in Lesson Five of Vietnam War Oral History Lesson Plans.

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MASTERPIECE on PBS and Arclight Films Reunite Downton Abbey Writer and Star Julian Fellowes to Script The Chaperone Starring Elizabeth McGovern

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PBS and MASTERPIECE have announced that MASTERPIECE is producing its first feature film which will reunite the writer, director and star of Downton Abbey.

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TED Talks Education: "Students Deserve a Quality School in their Neighborhood."

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The inspirational journey of Pearl Arredondo, a Los Angeles educator who overcame the odds stacked against her beginning in middle school.

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Character Study: Scout Finch

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This video from American Masters: Harper Lee: Hey, Boo highlights Scout, one of the most beloved characters in all of American fiction and the main character of the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. In the video, students learn what makes Scout unique as well as what makes her a “typical American character.”

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WUCF ANNOUNCES CENTRAL FLORIDA TEACHER SELECTED FOR THE 2017 DIGITAL INNOVATORS PROGRAM

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Paul Podraza recognized for his game-changing integration of digital media in the classroom; Paul will partner with WUCF to build learning outcomes in Central Florida.

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WUCF TV Goes Behind-The-Scenes of Antiques Roadshow

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On Thursday, May 11, WUCF TV gives Central Florida viewers an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, PBS’s most- watched ongoing series.

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WUCF Education Reads to Children at the Coalition for the Homeless

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WUCF TV staff member, Angela Rivera, volunteers to read to the preschool children at the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida.

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WUCF Education at the UCF KnightED Talks Workshop

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WUCF Education shared PBS LearningMedia with pre-service teachers at the UCF KnightED Talks.

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WUCF Education Trains Orange County Library Curriculum Writers

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WUCF Education trains OCLS PreK-12 Curriculum Writing Team on PBS LearningMedia.

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WUCF TV’s ONE Central Florida soars through the skies

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This week’s ONE Central Florida magazine show takes viewers on a flight over the space coast of Florida.

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WUCF Education Supports Volusia School's Community Resource FACT Fair

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WUCF and PBS supports Volusia Schools in showcasing community resources.

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WUCF TV’s ONE Central Florida Explores History

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This week’s ONE Central Florida magazine show takes viewers on a reptile adventure at the Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens in Sanford.

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WUCF TV’s ONE Central Florida Gets Some Speed

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ONE Central Florida returns this Thursday to WUCF, taking viewers inside a family tradition of Derby racing.

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