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.
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.