WCNY, Central New York’s public media organization, created a number of resources designed to support teachers, students, and families during the coronavirus pandemic. The TV Classroom network is an instructional TV program that broadcasts weekdays, from 8 a.m.—5 p.m.  on WCNY’s Global Connect channel. It features local educators delivering lessons for students in grades PreK—12 on core curriculum. The series is filmed at WCNY’s Robert J. Daino Broadcast and Education Center and serves the estimated 12,000 students across Central New York who do not have internet access or wireless devices at home. It is also available via live streaming and on-demand streaming at www.wcny.org/tvclassroom/

WCNY would appreciate your participation in this survey to help evaluate the pandemic-response educational resources. Your feedback will shape the future of WCNY’s educational programs as we strive to support students, families, and teachers during these uncertain times. Thank you!

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* 1. Are you a:

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* 2. What county do you reside in?

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* 3. Do your children watch the TV Classroom network?

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* 4. How often do your children watch TV Classroom?

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* 5. Have your children been assigned homework based on a TV Classroom lesson?

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* 6. How do you access TV Classroom lessons?

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* 7. If your children do not watch TV Classroom, what is the reason?

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* 8. How likely is it that you would recommend TV Classroom to others?

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* 9.  In the space below please indicate what additional ways WCNY can support your education work with students in the future.

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