"School Life" gives a taste of a last-of-its-kind educational institution that seems to be right out of the movies.


Filmmakers follow a girl's life in a tough St. Louis neighborhood just as a nationwide debate over race and justice unfold in nearby Ferguson, Mo.


The digital news veteran takes on a newly defined position as editor-in-chief and chief content officer of the education journalism organization.


The film follows three Indianapolis adults as they seek to overcome obstacles on the path to earning an educational credential that they missed earlier.


A range of journalism projects win awards for examining race in education as EWA convenes with U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos absent from the speakers' list.


The "Independent Lens" film looks at three juvenile offenders facing lengthy prison sentences and their role in a screenwriting class behind bars.


The as-yet unnamed and unscheduled series will follow seven twentysomethings who attend a semester at Highland Park High School in Topeka, Kan.


The U.S. secretary of education won't address the education journalists' group at its national seminar in Washington. Every previous secretary of education has addressed the group at least once.


The online site and daily newsletter is led by Andrew J. Rotherham and Emmeline Zhao, who were lured from the online news site Real Clear Education.


The show about a student's suicide, which has drawn controversy as well as huge viewership among young people, will get a second season.


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