The inaugural winner of the Education Week Gregory M. Chronister Journalism Fellowship is Alex Granados of EducationNC, who will study migrant families and education.


The cable channel on Tuesday premieres an 11-part series in which it places seven "undercover" students into Highland Park High School in Topeka, Kan.


NBC Bay Area/KNTV's eight-part series found that districts referred minority students and those with disabilities to the police at higher rates than their peers.


The PBS newsmagazine updates the progress of three families in Illinois and Iowa facing enormous hardships, including not having enough to eat.


The film shows that the children's science TV host of the 1990s continues to advocate for science education while taking on creationists and climate-change deniers.


The hourlong documentary is not the most exhaustive telling of the 1999 event, but it provides lessons that unfortunately are still needed.


"Gavin Grimm vs." is not an exhaustive look at transgender restroom access in schools, but profiles the student at the heart of a major case.


The quarterly section, which has been around for at least 30 years, may have seen its last issue on Sunday.


The new online sites will join Chalkbeat bureaus in Colorado, Detroit, Indiana, New York City, and Tennessee providing independent local coverage of education.


"'63 Boycott" looks back at a protest against racial disparities in a large Northern school system and draws some parallels with recent events in Chicago.


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