WCTE's Educational Mission:
To make sure all children enter school Ready To Learn, become an American Graduate and develop a love of learning so they can become life-long learners. What distinguishes WCTE and PBS from other broadcasters is our public service commitment to fostering lifelong learning. This commitment is reflected in our on- air educational programs, our online services and in the work we do within the community.
These two initiatives powered by grants from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting allow WCTE to empower families and communities with the resources, tools and support to break cycles of generational poverty and chronic school underchievement, to narrow the achievement gap, and teach parents how to be their child's first teacher.
WCTE Education Blog
Join WCTE’s Get Ready To Learn host, Cynthia Putman and Putnam County School System Extended Learning Coordinator, Brenda Hughett, as they share about the learning opportunities available during the summer of 2018 for Putnam County students.Read More
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WCTE is committed to building a healthier community, and one way that we are striving to do this is with our Run the Cumberland Medal Series! Visit http://www.wcte.org/run/ to learn more and consider signing up for a future race!Read More
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Join WCTE’s Get Ready To Learn host, Cynthia Putman as she shares about the topic of Autism, introduces Julia from Sesame Street, and shares tips for understanding Autism. Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) affect approximately one in every 68 children in the US, but while the ASD diagnosis is common, the public’s understanding of ASD is varied.Read More
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