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Student Reporting Labs connect students to local PBS stations and news professionals in their community to produce original, student-generated video news reports. Check out our full curriculum and find out how you can become a Lab! Learn more on the SRL


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Election 2016

Check here for lesson plans, daily videos and more news to help students learn about the campaigns and issues that will take center stage in 2016. Learn more about Election 2016

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Lesson Plans

Browse high-quality, free lesson plans and teaching tools that make it easy to bring current events and issues into the classroom. Lesson plans are aligned to National and Common Core Standards.

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Student Voices

Original student-produced content including text, audio and video essays that allow young people to speak out on issues important to them.

Kingswood Regional High School senior Allison Perkins and a friend pose with Republican candidate John Kasich.

New Hampshire teen tells young people to get out and vote

Voting is so incredibly important — especially in New Hampshire, because history has shown us how much impact our small state can have on the rest of the primaries around the country.

Allison Perkins, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire

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