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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.
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This week on the WCTE Get Ready To Learn radio show, host Cynthia Putman is joined by special guest Dr. Tammy Knipp, president of the local Breakfast Rotary. They shared more about a milestone with Putnam County students: a Family Creative Learning Workshop that resulted as a partnership between the Cookeville Breakfast and Noonday Rotary Clubs and WCTE.Read More
This week on WCTE’s Get Ready To Learn radio show, join Cindy Putman and Shaquawana Wester, Youth Programs Coordinator at Highlands Residential Services as they discuss the upcoming event taking place in Cookeville on Make A Difference Day - October the 28th from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Jefferson Ave. Church Recreation Building.Read More
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