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WUCF... Central Florida's STORYTELLER

wucftv.jpg Our Mission:  To encourage curiosity and learning through compelling content and community engagement.

WUCF Education is telling the story of Central Florida, from teachers, to parents, to caregivers, to homeschool families … everyone who impacts the lives of our children!  Our work in education is grounded in the belief that every child has boundless potential, and that the combination of media and on-the-ground community engagement can lead to unlimited possibilities and powerful learning outcomes.

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Families are a child’s first teacher and play an important role in the development of literacy, from early childhood and beyond.  WUCF is committed to sharing the value of PBS with trusted educational resources to support the learner in your life.    

 

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On multiple platforms, PBS reaches educators across America with research based, trusted content.  From free on-site professional development training and workshops to standards aligned digital learning materials and mobile interactives, WUCF supports our Central Florida educators.

 

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Contributing to Central Florida's Learning Ecosystem

Our Vision: To be a leader an innovator in telling stories that make a positive impact in our community and the world.

Reaching our community relies on having boots on the ground, building relationships, and innovative thinking.  Follow WUCF Education as we give back to Central Florida and tell the stories that unite us all.

Curious Corner

American Graduate

Be My Neighbor Day

Meals on Wheels

PBS LearningMedia Training

Veterans

OCPS Parent Academy

Volusia FACT Fairs

Teach In

PBS Kids at the Library

 

Central Florida Helps WUCF Decorate Bags for Meals on Wheels

The children's librarian from the Alafaya Branch (Orange County) as well as the teachers and students from Roosevelt Elementary (Brevard County) and Mill Creek Elementary (Osceola County) decorated bags for the Central Florida Meals on Wheels program.

WUCF Education Celebrates Daniel Tiger Day at Alafaya Library

In partnership with OCLS, WUCF Celebrates Daniel Tiger Day

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