Among the ranks of reporters covering walkouts today: student journalists, talking to their peers about gun violence in schools.


The show, which premieres Tuesday night, is based on the book "Drama High" about theater and football at a Levittown, Pa., high school.


Correspondent Lesley Stahl asks the U.S. secretary of education about arming teachers, school choice, federal guidance on student discipline, and other issues.


Video game publishers and critics of violent games were on the list for a round-table session held in the wake of the Florida school shootings


"The Silent Child" wins for best live action short, beating a film about a school bookkeeper who talked down a school shooter in 2013.


Actress and playwright Anna Deavere Smith's one-woman show in which she depicts students, teachers, administrators and others moves from the stage to the TV screen.


"Tell Them We Are Rising" covers period from the earliest schools for freed slaves to the 100 historically black colleges and universities that remain.


The show has a ludicrous premise but is sharply written and smartly pokes fun at the modern American college-prep high school.


The premiere cable channel will air the 10-part documentary series about education and race in a suburban Chicago high school this fall.


The inaugural winner of the Education Week Gregory M. Chronister Journalism Fellowship is Alex Granados of EducationNC, who will study migrant families and education.


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