For the last several weeks, PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs’ “No Labels Attached” series has explored how stereotypes are impacting young people through race and culture and in sports. The latest installation looks at misconceptions about LGBTQ youth.
By Student Reporting Labs
Guests invited to the State of the Union typically put a face on policies the president will promote in the nationally televised address.
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
All 50 states have some kind of anti-bullying law, and schools are increasingly being called upon to implement bullying prevention programs.
By Melissa Holt, The Conversation
In the wake of the election, schools across the country are reporting heightened anxiety and disappointment, incidents of bullying, vandalism and harassment and even walkouts protesting the president-elect. Our student reporting labs have gathered a variety of reactions, and Hari…
By PBS NewsHour
By Patrick Whittle and David Sharp, Associated Press
The claims, threats and passions surrounding the presidential race have led communities around the U.S. to move polling places out of schools or cancel classes.
By PBS NewsHour
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, 11-year-old Logan Fairbanks of Michigan got the VIP experience while on vacation in Washington with his family. Fairbanks had posted a video of himself reading cruel internet comments that bullies had posted…
By Nora Daly
What are some best practices to curb bullying in the nation’s schools? When does bullying cross the line between acting out and criminal behavior? Join the conversation on Twitter using #NewsHourChats.
At Sayreville War Memorial High in New Jersey, seven players from the school’s revered football program were arrested for attacking younger teammates in the team’s locker room. Jeffrey Brown learns more about the charges of sexual assault and “pervasive” bullying…
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