Fairfax Network Programming
Our programming includes quality K-12 enrichment and staff development programs.
The Fairfax Network was created by Fairfax County Public Schools in 1990 to support student achievement by providing students with highly engaging models of instruction. Each year, the Fairfax Network creates free programming for educators to use in the classroom. The programs are also offered free to public television stations and cable systems that serve school systems across the country. Program content covers a variety of topics across curriculum areas and grade levels, as well as exemplary instructional strategies to assist teachers with their practice.
Each school year, we plan a lineup of exciting enrichment and staff development webcasts. Register to receive our E-Newsletter with news, program updates, and other valuable information sent directly to your e-mail inbox.
How to Access Our Programming
In Fairfax County Public Schools, programming is broadcast on our iNET Channel 121, Red Apple 21. In the community, programming is broadcast on Cox Cable and Verizon Channel 21.
Red Apple 21
All scheduled programs are available via a live video stream. The streams are compatible with mobile technology and can be viewed on many Blackberry, Droid, iPhone, iPod, and iPad devices.
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Our programs are uploaded to the Fairfax Network YouTube Channel.
Our programs are uploaded to PegMedia.org, a media sharing site for Public, Education, and Government (PEG) channels.
The Fairfax Network collection offers educational multimedia content via the iTunes platform.
Fairfax Network Roku channel has multiple versions of our programming available, including broadcast quality HD and SD versions for streaming and recording.
Access Our Roku Channel
Free Video Download
Selected programs are available as high resolution MP4 videos to download, record, and/or save. Registration is required.
Selected partnership programs are available on DVD—free of charge—to educational institutions.