About the Reporting Labs
PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs are classrooms, after-school programs and clubs around the country producing original, inspiring reports about how national and global issues affect local communities.
The White House selected Austin High School's Student Reporting Lab story about Archer Hadley, a teen with cerebral palsy whose wheelchair challenge raised over $80,000 to install automatic push button doors at the school.
When the White House called on the next generation of filmmakers to show how young people make a difference, Student Reporting Labs were ready to respond.
Students at Turtle Mountain Community High School explore new ways to make their voices heard.
What would you do if you were selected to be a youth correspondent during one of public media's most important days of programming?
The NewsHour's Student Reporting Labs team asked high school students if professional athletes should be considered role models.
Malala Yousafzai answers questions posed by our youth journalists during a conversation about the accessibility of education for everyone.
Student All-Stars from around the country joined the teacher workshop this summer and conducted an interview in the White House.
In August, teachers and educators joined the PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs to participate in the #SRLbootcamp2014 located in the Washington DC area.
It then occurred to me that rather than being just someone in the crowd, I needed to tell a story and be a journalist. I needed to make an impact.
Being at Arizona PBS as an intern for a week has opened my eyes. I have learned a lot more about journalism from working behind the scenes to the production aspect of what goes into a show.