The film "44 Pages" show that for more than 70 years, the publication has offered wholesome features each month for young readers from 6 to 12.


The section will offer stories about all levels of education, and is the replacement for 'Education Life,' which appeared quarterly for the last 30 years.


Five staff members of the student newspaper at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, discuss being both survivors of the mass shooting at the Florida school and journalists covering it.


Netflix is gearing up for Season 2 of its popular but controversial series that addresses teen suicide, cyberbullying, and other tough topics.


The CBS News magazine show spotlights five of the students leading the debate on guns and school safety after the Feb. 14 shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.


The film by Miao Wang features the growing enrollment of foreign students in U.S. private schools, following two Chinese students at Fryeburg Academy in Maine.


Among the ranks of reporters covering walkouts today: student journalists, talking to their peers about gun violence in schools.


The show, which premieres Tuesday night, is based on the book "Drama High" about theater and football at a Levittown, Pa., high school.


Correspondent Lesley Stahl asks the U.S. secretary of education about arming teachers, school choice, federal guidance on student discipline, and other issues.


Video game publishers and critics of violent games were on the list for a round-table session held in the wake of the Florida school shootings


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