Student Journalism from PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs

Student Reporting Labs connect students with a network of public broadcasting mentors, an innovative journalism curriculum and an online collaborative space to develop digital media, critical thinking and communication skills while producing original news reports for PBS NewsHour Extra. Learn more >

'Education is Key,' Former Dropout Tells Norfolk Teens

Students from Granby High School tell the story of a former high school dropout who now preaches the value of an education. They also investigate the programs their school has in place to keep students from dropping out.

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Students Explore Summer Science in Chicago

Students from Free Spirit Media in Chicago examine summer science programs available in their area.

Pregnant Teens Struggle to Stay in School

Students from Maryland's Kennedy High School profile classmates who got pregnant while working to finish their education.

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Students from Fort Mill High School in South Carolina investigate why their school has so much success in keeping kids from dropping out.

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Students from the Radio Rootz program in Washington, D.C. examine what's behind their city's high high school dropout rate.

Students in New York City look at what's behind schools in their area labeled "Dropout Factories."

Student reporters look at the dropout issue from numerous angles: what it takes to be successful, the role extracurriculars play, and how students get engaged.

Join youth reporters, public media journalists and education leaders for a screening of DC and NYC Reporting Labs stories and a discussion of the drop out crisis.

Florida high school students look at how English As a Second Language programs help new students integrate into their community and stay in school.

Students at John Hopkins Middle School take an in-depth look at chronic fighting at their school.

Young people from a Detroit-area high school look at the reasons and consequences associated with dropping out of school.