Sparking the Minds of Tomorrow

Since Mister Rogers first welcomed kids to the neighborhood more than 50 years ago, three generations of American families have invited PBS into their homes as a trusted teacher and friend. Together, we have revolutionized children’s media with accessible, educational content that embraces kids and their families, improves communities, and touches hearts.

As America continues to navigate the lasting effects of COVID-19 on children, PBS is as committed as ever to meeting this generation’s unique needs in meaningful ways. From curricula that focuses on notable skill gaps in the wake of the pandemic to new Spanish-language programming and innovative programs and games, we’re addressing unprecedented times with unrivaled solutions on television, online, and in the classroom. PBS continues to show up for young audiences, their families, and their teachers. Because children always have been — and always will be —core to our mission.


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Perhaps the greatest contribution PBS has made to television and the world is children’s programming.

– Los Angeles Times