WCNY, Central New York’s public media organization, created the TV Classroom network designed to support teachers, students, and families during the coronavirus pandemic. TV Classroom 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/. Links to other WCNY educational resources can be found http://www.wcny.org/stayconnected. 

WCNY would appreciate your participation in this survey to help evaluate the TV Classroom network.   Your responses will shape future WCNY educational programs as we strive to support schools, teachers, students, and families during these uncertain times. Thank you!

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* 1. What area school district do you represent:

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* 2. Are you a:

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* 3. Do you, your teachers, or your students utilize the TV Classroom network?

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* 4. Do you or teachers in your district assign school work based on TV Classroom lessons?

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* 5. How often do your students utilize TV Classroom network?

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* 6. How do your students access TV Classroom lessons?

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* 7. If you or your teachers/ students do not utilize TV Classroom, what is the reason?

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* 8. How likely is it that you or your district educators will use TV Classroom in the future?

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* 9. How likely is it that you or your district educators would recommend TV Classroom to others?

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* 10. In what additional ways can WCNY support your education work with students in the future? (open-ended)

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