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Wild Hope: A Presentation of Teaching Resources Virtual Event | April 17

Wild Hope: A Presentation of Teaching Resources Virtual Event | April 17

Join us for a virtual event on Wednesday, April 17, at 3:30pm, where we will watch segments from the Wild Hope series and take a look at resources on the Wild Hope website and curriculum resources on PBS LearningMedia.  New York State educators can receive CTLE credit for attending this virtual event.

This is a free event but you must register to attend.

About Wild Hope

WILD HOPE is a new series of short films highlighting the intrepid changemakers who are working to restore and protect our planet. Each half-hour episode inspires audiences with stories of bold interventions, unexpected alliances, and nature’s resilience. Whether tapping oysters to clean New York City waters and prevent flooding, or growing coffee to save Mozambican rainforests, the series reveals how local action can spark powerful change—and provides a refreshing dose of hope in an increasingly cynical world.

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About PBS LearningMedia

PBS LearningMedia is a free national platform that provides digital learning tools for preschool teachers and K-12 classrooms. PBS LearningMedia has a national reach of 1.8 million educators, over 30 million students and a digital library of more than 118,000 classroom- ready resources.

Wild Hope: A Presentation of Teaching Resources

Wednesday, April 17



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