Spencer Michels reports from Richmond, Calif., where a teen girl was gang raped while dozens of people looked on without offering help.
John Tulenko of Learning Matters Television explores how stimulus money is making its way into classrooms in upstate New York.
The flu season might start earlier than expected, complicating efforts to distribute an H1N1 vaccine before people are infected. Betty Ann Bowser reports.
Jeffrey Brown speaks with a Chicago Sun-Times reporter about the recent murder of a high school student in Chicago's south side and the increase in gang violence throughout the Windy City.
Ray Suarez gets reactions from teachers, parents and students to President Barack Obama's back-to-school address, which created controversy among some groups.
As students head back to high schools and colleges across the country, an essay in the September issue of Harper's Magazine declares that, "Education in America today is almost exclusively about the GDP."…
A short self-affirming writing exercise that took only about an hour of class time boosted struggling black junior high school students' grade point average by nearly half a point over two years, according to a new study.
By PBS NewsHour
An internal panel at Virginia Tech University released a set of recommendations to improve security on the campus after the April 16 massacre of 32 victims by student gunman Seung-Hui Cho, who also took his own life.
By PBS NewsHour
The gubernatorial panel investigating the April 16 shootings at Virginia Tech University visited the buildings where 33 people died and sought access to private records on the gunman Seung-Hui Cho.
Members of the Virginia Tech community in Blacksburg, Va., observed a day of mourning in remembrance of the 32 victims of Monday's shootings, while other vigils were held nationwide.
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