The as-yet unnamed and unscheduled series will follow seven twentysomethings who attend a semester at Highland Park High School in Topeka, Kan.


The U.S. secretary of education won't address the education journalists' group at its national seminar in Washington. Every previous secretary of education has addressed the group at least once.


The online site and daily newsletter is led by Andrew J. Rotherham and Emmeline Zhao, who were lured from the online news site Real Clear Education.


The show about a student's suicide, which has drawn controversy as well as huge viewership among young people, will get a second season.


The Associated Press committed several of its journalists to a yearlong project examining student-on-student sex assaults in K-12 schools nationally.


The drama about a high school girl who leaves tapes identifying those who mistreated her before she takes her own life generates many reactions.


The ABC News show's special edition examines the continuing problem of some school districts allowing accused or known predators to move on to other jobs.


The drama tells the story of a 7-year-old mathematics talent who gets caught up in a fight over custody and for her future.


The Houston Chronicle, USA Today, and Reuters were among the finalists is separate categories for education-related series, but they didn't take home the prize.


The film, based on an Off-Broadway play, is about student expression and discovery, though not so much about about actual speech and debate.


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