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.
"Fahrenheit 11/9" is about the state of the union under President Donald Trump, with segments about teachers who walked out last spring and student activists against school violence.
The film from the National Geographic Society has a lighter touch than "Inventing Tomorrow," another film from this year about the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
The compelling documentary series about about one year at a racially diverse suburban high school, from the co-director of "Hoop Dreams," premieres on Starz on Aug. 26.
Fired White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman writes that President Donald Trump last year referred to the education secretary as "Ditzy DeVos" and said she wasn't long for the job.
Steve James, the directory of the noted film about high school basketball and of other serious documentaries trains his cameras on a large, racially diverse high school in "America to Me."
"Inventing Tomorrow" tracks students from India, Indonesia, Mexico, and the United States as they bring their research projects to an international science fair.