As schools across the country resume, parents and educators are debating the relative merits of at-home and in-class learning. But what do the students themselves think? Our Student Reporting Labs program teamed up with Detroit Public Television for a series of video diaries to document this very unusual school year as it unfolds. Here are students’ perspectives, in their own words.
by Sera Shortland in the Journal of the Assoc. for Citizenship Teaching (UK)
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This summer, KRWG Public Media partnered with the PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs to offer a special experience for a Las Cruces student.
Xavier Dominguez recently graduated from Las Cruces High School and will be attending New Mexico State University. He got an early start on his college education this summer thanks to a paid fellowship with KRWG.
As high school students wrap up a tumultuous end to this school year, many seniors reflect on the new realities of living under a pandemic. PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs (SRL) reached out to graduating seniors on how they are grappling with these uncertain times and the future as they prepare to begin for life after high school.
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Gen-Z is entering adulthood as the U.S. grapples with systemic inequities in institutions from policing to education to health care. Student Reporting Labs, our journalism program for high school students, asked teenagers across the country how they’re approaching the moment, and Stephanie Sy talks to activists Thandiwe Abdullah, founder of Black Lives Matter LA Youth Vanguard, and Jalen Thompson.