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.


An investigation by the Web news organization raises serious questions about some $1 billion in U.S. education aid spent in Afghanistan since the war began.


The PBS show looks at subjects from ages 9 to 19, with special attention to some of the medical questions and issues they face.


The TV journalist-turned-education advocate announced a new online news organization to cover education reform and described as having "a point of view."


The film about a Virginia team with a highly recruited defensive lineman captures all the drama, joy, and tragedy of high school football.


A documentary looks at some of the history of women in computers, as well as efforts to increase opportunities for girls to study computer science.


The film looks at High Tech High, an innovative San Diego charter school, through the lens of the history of secondary education in the United States.


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