PragerU educational resources are coming to schools in Florida this fall

by Summer Lane

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PragerU is slated to make an appearance in classrooms across the nation as the organization has officially been confirmed as an educational resource, the company announced this week.

According to an official press release, PragerU was originally approved as an educational vendor in the great state of Florida, and now, “thousands of American teachers and schools board members have contacted PragerU” in search of “wholesome, quality, engaging resources to help education their students.”

PragerU is an organization founded by Dennis Prager that is devoted to creating educational videos to reach people online – adults and children alike. According to their website, PragerU is a nonprofit that “offers a free alternative to the dominant left-wing ideology in culture, media, and education.”

PragerU Kids is an offshoot of the platform that specifically offers family-friendly and trustworthy content that parents and teachers can utilize to teach “classic American values.”

According to the company’s press statement, PragerU Kids materials are being readied to be used as lesson plans in public, private, and charter schools across the nation.

“The lessons use videos, activities, and worksheets to cover multiple educational standards in one lesson that is fun, interactive, and entertaining. PragerU supplemental curriculum offers an easy, cutting-edge way to teach core knowledge in subjects ranging from civics and history to entrepreneurship and financial literacy,” the statement explained.

PragerU has been working toward the goal of providing enlightening educational content for Americans for more than 10 years.

Per their statement, “Many Americans already use PragerU’s videos, books, and magazines every day to supplement their students’ education. More than 1,000,000 households have downloaded PragerU’s free app for phones, iPads, and TVs.”

The company is diligently working to become approved in more states to reach as many students as possible in American classrooms.

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