By Christopher Booker
As school districts across the country are trying to determine how or if they can open their doors in the fall, a California coalition has come together - offering districts everything from curriculum to architecture advice to take their classrooms…
The deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor have sparked a renewed dialogue on racism in America. Reform advocates want policy and institutional changes, but individuals are also asking how they can address their own inherent racism. Amna…
By Zachary Green
When we last spoke with Jaime Waldron earlier in April, she was a homeless college student worried about completing her online studies before graduation. Now, Waldron has officially graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a degree in criminal justice.
By Jeff Amy, Associated Press
Kids in struggling households may suffer most from being cut off from the normalcy of a school routine, said Andrew McEachin, an education policy researcher at RAND Corp.
By Candice Norwood
School districts launched meal delivery services and grab-and-go locations that not only feed students, but in many cases adult community members, too, as unemployment numbers and the need for food rise.
By Julie Watson, Carolyn Thompson, Associated Press
Nearly a month after schools shut down to slow the spread of the coronavirus, many are struggling with distance learning.
By Karla Murthy
With the outbreak causing indefinite school closures across the country, children are having to figure out new ways of learning and playing together while living in isolation. Special correspondent Karla Murthy checked in on one second-grade class in New York…
By Meg Kinnard, Maryclaire Dale, Associated Press
School districts and governments are now racing to give the millions of U.S. students without home internet a chance of keeping up. The nation's largest school districts, including Los Angeles and New York, are spending millions of dollars to provide…
By Student Reporting Labs
PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs has been exploring how stereotypes are impacting young people as part of their “No Labels Attached” series. Our latest installment looks at what youth are saying about race, culture and the misconceptions they are facing.
On Tuesday night, President Trump became only the second president in U.S. history to deliver a State of the Union address after being impeached. Current partisan divisions were illustrated by the varying and emotional reactions of Democrats and Republicans present.
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