Inside California Education is a statewide public television series offering informative and compelling stories about California public education.
Inside California Education is an award-winning public TV series helping Californians understand education issues and learn about programs that are making a difference. Stories highlight academic and workforce development programs and celebrate the people who dedicate their careers to providing the best possible educational experience for your children.
Since 2019, Inside California Education has produced stories focused on California’s Community Colleges, the largest higher education institution in the nation with more than two million students. From small rural districts to urban schools, Inside California Education travels the state to tell important stories about public education across various platforms.
California PBS stations are currently airing season four episodes and repeating episodes from seasons 1-3 — more than 50 half-hour programs in all. In many television markets, episodes appear on multiple PBS stations (e.g., KCET, KVCR, KOCE, and KLCS in Los Angeles), and on several channel streams for each station (e.g., KQED, KQEH, KQED Plus).
The InsideCalEd.org website serves as a hub for the series and provides unlimited access to stories and episodes, along with opportunities to share content with partners, customers, parents, teachers, and other stakeholders. Full episodes and individual stories are also available via kvie.org and YouTube.
Inside California Education continues to increase its engagement across several platforms, including Facebook and Twitter.
Check out these episodes:
- America’s Teaching Zoo: Visit a zoo in Ventura County where Moorpark College students come from all over the world to learn how to care for exotic animals.
- Internships: Meet students at Hartnell College in Salinas who are participating in prestigious science and STEM internships.
- Repairing and Building Planes in the Antelope Valley: See what careers are taking off from this aeronautical and aviation technology program in Antelope Valley, home to some of the largest aerospace companies in the world.
- On the Frontlines with the Homeless – Students Take the Lead: Meet graduates of a new program in San Diego that trains community college students how to work on the frontlines with the homeless.
Go to your local public television station to watch more episodes. Or, view stories close to home by using the interactive map.