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.
One editor apologizes for provoking reactions to the cover featuring a black family with a disappearing father. But another is unapologetic over the cover itself.
The conservative-leaning education journal has created a stir with a cover featuring an African-American family with a mother, a baby, and a fading image of the father.
An "Independent Lens" film juxtaposes the Swedish economist's 1944 study of race in the United States with lingering racial issues of today.
"The Late Show" has featured students doing basic science experiments for 18 years, but with Letterman retiring, Friday's segment was likely the last.
The Disney movie tells the true story of poor Latino students whose participation on the cross-country team led to higher aspirations.
Education professor Mike Rose has a thoughtful essay questioning some trends in education reform in the quarterly journal of the Phi Beta Kappa Society.