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.

"Personal Statement," which follows three students from low-income high schools through college admissions, was one of several education-themed documentaries at the festival.

Students from the Parkland, Fla., school that was the site of a mass shooting Feb. 14, sang at the awards show that recognized their teacher Melody Herzfeld.

Education journalists from around the nation gathered in Los Angeles with a focus on the scourge of school violence, the recent wave of teacher activism, and other topics.

Students, parents, and educators are bracing for the May 19 release of the show about a high school student's suicide and other controversial topics.

"The Test & the Art of Thinking" looks at the ACT and SAT through the perspective of admissions officers, tutors, parents, students, and testing experts.

The film "44 Pages" show that for more than 70 years, the publication has offered wholesome features each month for young readers from 6 to 12.

The section will offer stories about all levels of education, and is the replacement for 'Education Life,' which appeared quarterly for the last 30 years.

Five staff members of the student newspaper at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, discuss being both survivors of the mass shooting at the Florida school and journalists covering it.


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