Student reporters honored as #NextGen public media producers

What do an eighth grade news anchor from Newark, N.J., a three-time student Emmy winner from Michigan and Montana's Journalist of the Year scholarship winner all have in common? These students, along with eight other youth journalists from across the country, are this year's PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs All-Stars. Read More

Do you have what it takes to be a Reporting Labs All-Star?

Each year, the Student Reporting Labs program brings together teachers and mentors from across the country for a weekend of learning and inspiration. This year we've also decided to host five students during our workshop. The trip will be all-expenses paid, and we’ll even have a day of fun planned for the young journalists. Because there are only five out-of-town slots and many, many students - we will be accepting nominations. In addition to a nomination form and essay, each student has to submit a video indicating why he/she should be selected. Read More

A sit down to remember: Arkansas teens Interview Gov. Mike Beebe

Searcy High School students pose on the steps of the Capitol building in Little Rock, Ark. February 10, 2013 Last week, a group of Searcy High School students, along with their broadcast journalism teacher Jacki Romey, descended on the state Capitol to interview Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe. Read More

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