Victoria Petersen, of the Peninsula Clarion on the Kenai Peninsula, will report on the challenges of rural education, especially in a state as vast as Alaska.


An ESPN documentary short highlights the football team at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, while "Parkland: Inside Building 12" details the movements of the mass shooting.


The documentary shows how theater students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, led by drama teacher Melody Herzfeld, coped with the last year's shooting by returning to the stage.


Two parents of students slain last year at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School call for the top Pulitzer Prize to go to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel for its coverage.


"Schooled" focuses on the new music teacher at William Penn Academy, a school based on the creator's own private school in Philadelphia.


An audio clip from what apparently was a recent performance by the controversial and disgraced comic draws criticism from a Parkland survivor and others.


The Federal Commission on School Safety's final report calls on media, school districts, and law enforcement to avoid giving undue attention to perpetrators of mass school violence.


The PBS show looks at one of the most underfunded teacher-retirement plans in the nation, and the political battles this year over changes to Kentucky's system.


The newspaper and its network of local journalists spent Sept. 27 with teachers across the country to see what kinds of pressures they are facing.


The application deadline is Nov. 16 for the Education Week Gregory M. Chronister Journalism Fellowship, awarded to support a journalist pursuing a reporting project on an issue in pre-K-12 education.


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