The hourlong documentary is not the most exhaustive telling of the 1999 event, but it provides lessons that unfortunately are still needed.


"Gavin Grimm vs." is not an exhaustive look at transgender restroom access in schools, but profiles the student at the heart of a major case.


The quarterly section, which has been around for at least 30 years, may have seen its last issue on Sunday.


The new online sites will join Chalkbeat bureaus in Colorado, Detroit, Indiana, New York City, and Tennessee providing independent local coverage of education.


"'63 Boycott" looks back at a protest against racial disparities in a large Northern school system and draws some parallels with recent events in Chicago.


"Re: Thinking" spends time at several public schools that are said to be teaching students how to think, as opposed to what to think.


The filmmakers behind a documentary that defends the public school system and is critical of market-based reforms are not backing down from criticisms from a prominent school choice advocate.


Nikole Hannah-Jones, an investigative journalist known for her deep dives exploring race and the resegregation of the nation's public schools, receives a "genius grant."


The documentary about young people with autism who compete for a New Jersey swim team, appears Monday night on the public television show.


The film available on Netflix examines racial inequality in schools 60 years after nine black students integrated Central High School in Little Rock, Ark.


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