By May 2003, all television stations in the United States must replace their analog broadcasts with digital television (DTV) technology. The enhanced capabilities of DTV will provide educators with new opportunities to use quality programming as part of their curricula. Public television in particular will become a stronger partner of educators in bringing educational content to the classroom.

The key for educators is to understand that digital TV is not merely television with a sharper picture. Here are some ways public television and educators can work together in the digital era to enhance their current


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