Malala, your courage has inspired us

A year after being shot in the head by Taliban gunmen while coming home from school, 16-year-old Malala Yousafzai has brought her campaign for education, especially for girls in all regions of the world, to the U.S. On Friday, Malala answered a question from 12-year-old Renee Matsuda of Maui Waena Intermediate School in Hawaii. The school is part of the NewsHour's Student Reporting Labs network. Read More

Malala, your courage has inspired us

Students from Kansas City, Mo., Searcy, Ark., Belcourt, N.D., Black River Falls, Wis., Richwood, W.V., York, S.C., Newark, N.J., Maui, Hawaii, Seattle, Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Missoula, Mont., Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Shenandoah, Iowa, all participated. Here are their questions. Read More

Students Speak Out on the Biggest Issues in Education

On American Graduate Day, community organizations, celebrities and educators acknowledge their commitment to keeping at-risk students in school. PBS NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs participated by asking students around the country about their most pressing issues in education. To listen to more student voices reflecting on education please click the photo below: Read More

Behind the Scenes with SRL

Get an inside look at the PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs program. This video was produced by Gil Garcia, a teacher and consultant for the Student Reporting Labs program. Read More

Lights, camera, compete! Student video tournament returns

Last year, the Student Reporting Labs program held its first media competition giving students an opportunity to submit fun videos to win some pretty cool prizes. This year, the tournament returns but with some changes. We've shifted the competition to two months and one round of video submissions. This year's challenge? To produce in 60 seconds or less, a video about the Student Reporting Labs program. Deadline is April 30. Read More