In honor of back to school, we hosted a Public Media Teaches Me ___ photo contest to highlight public radio and television’s contributions to lifelong learning. Public media supporters snapped their photos with our chalk board inspired or white postcard and shared what they’ve learned from public media.
You blew us away with your submissions! We received tons of creative pictures that showcased public media stations’ important work in educating communities. To view more of the Public Media Teaches Me ___ photos, visit our Facebook album, Twitter feed or check out our new testimonials on our website. Here are some of our favorites:
Public media teaches these sisters Math, English and History!
These adorable sisters posed for their picture at a community event sponsored by their local station, WHUT (Howard University Public Television), which serves Washington, D.C.
Public media teaches me emergency safety tips.
Suzie depends on her local public radio station, Capital Public Radio, to give her up-to-date information and safety tips that keep her out of harm’s way, especially during the King Fire that’s blazing through her neck of the woods in Northern California.
Public media teaches me the real news!
Public media teaches us how to cook.
Joyce and her son have watched PBS cooking shows together since he was a child. He went on to culinary school and is now a chef. She’s still learning… from both PBS and her son.