PBYA Subsidiary Disco Learning Media Reiterates Strong Recovery Post COVID

Disco Learning Media Inc (Disco), a subsidiary of ProBility Media Corp, an education company building the first full-service training and career advancement brand for the skilled trades, has confirmed continuation of existing contracts with Itron, Inc., State of Texas and University of Texas on various projects.

Disco’s partnership with ITRI includes an educational collaboration to host Resourcefulness, a new interactive experience authored by Dr. Michael E. Webber, inside PBS LearningMedia. The educational materials include standards-aligned videos, interactive games, and lesson plans for middle and high school students. The contract with ITRI extends through the end of 2024.

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The goal of Resourcefulness in PBS LearningMedia is to introduce students to different cross-cutting issues at the core of the relationship between energy and water.

“We’re proud to continue our partnership with ITRI and appreciate their deep commitment to supporting energy literacy for learners all around the world. Disco is thrilled to play a key role in developing, producing, and managing these engaging and inspiring STEM resources that help link students to career pathways in the energy industry, and also helps them create a more resourceful world,” says Juan Garcia, President of Disco Learning Media. “And, with more businesses around the world coming back online, we’re also pleased that new prospects and growth are on the horizon. Based on our successful track record, we’re already seeing more opportunities for collaboration beyond our current portfolio of award-winning STEM programs.”

Disco has also been working with The State of Texas on various projects for a number of years. Currently, Disco is in the middle of a multi-year contract to expand energy education for K-12 schools across the state.

In addition, Disco has multiple contracts with The University of Texas Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering department and the multi-university Top Energy Training program.  These projects include management of various digital assets and curriculum.

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