Producers of a one-hour education special airing on four broadcast TV networks Friday night hope the initiative stemming from the project has legs.
As U.S. News and other publications release their annual college rankings, Bethesda magazine examines the pressures of the college crunch on its area students.
The HBO miniseries about a fierce battle in Yonkers, N.Y., shows the importance of courageous leadership in local government.
The four commercial broadcast TV networks will simultaneously air an hour-long special to highlight education and raise money for an industry initiative.
The newspaper launched Education Matters, an initiative said to provide more coverage of teaching and learning at the local, state, and national levels.
The documentary "Neuland" looks at a two-year program in Switzerland that seeks to integrate young immigrants into a society with a strong national identity.
A film looks at Julius Rosenwald, the early 20th century retailing magnate who helped fund thousands of schools for African-Americans in the South.
The obstacle-course show features a contestant who is committed to improving education, drawing inspiration from a parent who is a famous educator.
In a major expansion of its commitment to video, the newspaper is taking over the TV production company founded by retiring PBS correspondent John Merrow.
The new show featuring the actor Craig Robinson is set in large part in the music classroom at an inner-city high school in Chicago.