About the Reporting Labs
PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs are classrooms, after-school programs and clubs around the country producing original, inspiring reports about how national and global issues affect local communities.
At 'Rethinking High School with Soledad O'Brien,' the greatest minds in education came together with one goal in mind — to reimagine the outdated model students are being taught in America’s high schools.
Student Reporting Labs journalists spent their breaks out in the field producing stories and honing professional media skills.
One of SRL’s founding team members demonstrates that the Reporting Labs curriculum has zero boundaries by implementing it abroad. In doing so, Swiss youth learn how to produce meaningful stories about critical issues they discovered when they returned to Switzerland after living abroad.
Thirty-five educators converged on the nation’s capital this summer for #SRLBootcamp2016, an annual workshop devoted to storytelling, student engagement and the future of public media.
As the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio played prominently on newsfeeds and broadcasts across the country, Student Reporting Labs was there to make sure the perspectives and opinions of the youngest demographic of American voters were not left out.
20 students from across the country touch down in Washington, DC to hone their journalism skills at SRL Academy 2016.
Youth reporter Jepthane Sophie Sabin looks back on the United State of Women Summit.
We know how much you miss our SRL graduates. Worry no more! Now every month, you can learn what an alumnus of our program is doing post-SRL in the series