Our video current events program is designed specifically for schools and is backed by 40 years of educational experience. With a built-in format that adapts to all types of classroom schedules, you can find daily material that works for you and alongside you.View a sneak peek
And that's exactly why we're here.
Since 1981, we’ve been faithfully delivering the news to students while instilling a passion for learning and a curiosity about God’s creation. Combining our experience with the needs of today’s classrooms, we’ve developed this video current events program for teens.
Our daily, ten-minute episodes include headlines, news briefs, and feature stories that break everything down for them without breaking their concentration.
Can’t spare ten minutes of precious classroom time?
We get it. This program is created for watching in short segments throughout the day, assigning the show as homework, or streaming during homeroom, lunch, and study hall periods. You'll receive an email update every morning that provides an outline of the day’s stories so you can determine how it fits into your schedule.
WORLD Watch news reports cover history, technology, science, economics, government, and other relevant topics that can lead to pertinent discussions.
Find news literacy in the next generation.
People might ask how your students know so much about the world. Feel free to tell them about WORLD Watch. We're not going to stop you.
I have four classes that watch throughout the day. We start our history class with the video most days.
We watch it at lunch. It gives us something to look forward to after a morning of school work and also constructively directs lunch discussion.
I often pause the video to discuss a topic more or for my kids to add observations.
My class and I watch WORLD Watch every day. I am so thankful to have something positive to share with my students each day. Thank you for all you are doing!
—Kendra, Science and Bible teacher
My students are loving the daily program! I like the embedded lessons about topics related to science, history, civics, etc.
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