Mary Kay Letourneau chats with Barbara Walters, while "Saturday Night Live" spoofs teacher-student relationships in a way that is sure to offend someone.
"The Homestretch" takes viewers to the basements and the shelters where homeless young people rest their heads while trying to attend school.
"Kids Behind Bars," airing Sunday, visits a New Mexico juvenile center that is emphasizing counseling and education as a result of a legal settlement with the ACLU.
The publication's developers say they aim to shine fresh light on topics and innovations in the field, while avoiding what they see as a stalled dialogue about the issues.
Reports about urban education, principal turnover, resegregation, charter schools, and testing were among the subjects of the first-place winners in this year's annual contest.
The PBS news show revisits the debate over childhood vaccines in light of recent outbreaks of vaccine-preventable illnesses.
The two-hour series closer was a final argument for the value of arts education, a theme of the show throughout its six-season run.
"Raising Ryland" is a 13-minute film that examines the issues faced by parents when a child is struggling with gender identity.
"180 Days: Hartsville" looks at national and local educational trends buffeting two small-town South Carolina elementary schools.
The iconic 1985 movie about disaffected high school students spending Saturday in detention has a remastered DVD and a limited theatrical release.