This week, the PBS NewsHour will report on one teacher's struggles to teach climate change in her Colorado classroom. This comes as the National Academies Press is preparing to roll out new national science standards for kindergarten through 12th grade.
Teen reporters look at the consequences of cutting music education funding.
The Earthman sings about the climate change crisis as part of The Earthman Project.
By Larisa Epatko
KARACHI, Pakistan | The Jamia Binoria Madrassa in downtown Karachi is considered one of Pakistan's more moderate Islamic institutions. Within these whitewashed concrete walls, students receive a mixture of secular and religious education.
Ignoring a veto threat by President Obama, House Republicans voted Friday to extend a 2007 provision that halves the rate on Stafford student loans, but the parties are split on how to pay for it. Jeffrey Brown, George Washington University's…
President Obama greets students at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill after speaking to them about the possibility of interest rates doubling this summer. Photo by Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images On Friday, the House of Representatives voted to…
Students at Jamia Binoria Madrassa in Pakistan memorize the Quran.
In Indiana School District, Dropouts Have Tech Alternative to Regular Classroom…
Teen reporters talk to their peers about summer science opportunities in Chicago.
I hope you've been checking in from time to time on the content being created here and for the television version of the NewsHour around the American Graduate project. It's a nationwide examination of the challenge of getting…
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