The documentary focuses on children who are gifted in one respect or another but also struggle with one or more cognitive disabilities.


National Public Radio and Listen Current, a group founded by a former radio journalist, team up to bring more NPR segments into the classroom.


One show on the new outlet examines gangs and rap music in Compton, Calif., including a visit to the high school of rapper Kendrick Lamar.


Sue Klebold, mother of one of the two killers, is releasing a memoir. Fourteen students, including the killers, died in the tragedy, along with a teacher.


Another week, another new situation comedy debuts on cable TV about irreverent teachers, a show that once again emerged from a troupe of comedians.


A new segment called "Making the Grade" will provide regular in-depth reporting on education issues, something that is rare in TV news.


The film by Delaney Ruston, a physician, filmmaker, and mom, starts right in her own household and examines many aspects of device use by teens.


One education news website has had a national and political focus, and the other covers the nation's second-largest school district extensively.


As schools on the Eastern Seaboard slowly re-open after this weekend's blizzard, the actor has some fun with school closing announcements.


The half-hour situation comedy is about a group of elementary school teachers who aren't always thinking just about the children.


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