For teenagers, this year of quarantine and remote school forced an unprecedented experiment in learning and coping. We asked our network of student journalists to reflect on how their worlds changed and what they’re looking forward to once the pandemic is over. Watch
Black History Month expands students’ understanding of the Black experience in American history. But one teacher in Akron, Ohio wanted her students to see that Black history isn’t something that happened in the past, it happens every single day through each of them. She worked with our Student Reporting Labs program to record these reflections from students.
January 20, 2021—How does this historic inauguration look to young people? Our Student Reporting Labs reached out to our network of high school journalism programs to find out what they hope the new administration accomplishes. Here they are in their own words.
“We the Young People,” a teen inauguration special presented on WORLD Channel produced by PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs
PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs (SRL) will host We the (Young) People, a half-hour, virtual special streaming on PBS NewsHour on January 14 at 7pm ET, with an encore presentation on inauguration day, January 20 at 7pm ET / 4pm PT on WORLD Channel’s broadcast and streaming platforms.
Improve your technical know-how with these tips and tutorials on producing great video from PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs. Make your video project compelling, informative and fun!