About the Reporting Labs
PBS NewsHour Extra 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.
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West Virginia Public Broadcasting followed students from Richwood High School to the capital as they interviewed lawmakers about education funding.
In the wake of the Newtown shootings, high school students who participate in the NewsHour's Student Reporting Labs from all across the country shared their views on the gun debate in a Google Hangout moderated by Hari Sreenivasan.
The Student Reporting Labs "rapid response" teams made NewsHour air with videos about school shootings and the impact of politics on the next generation.
Earlier this year, PBS NewsHour Extra team members Imani Cheers and Thaisi Da Silva traveled to Hopi High School in Keams Canyon, Arizona. Hopi High is one of forty schools in the nation chosen for the Student Reporting Labs program.
In an effort to spotlight outstanding after-school programs that enrich the lives of students around the country, First Lady Michelle Obama hosted the 2012 National Arts and Humanities Youth Programs Awards ceremony in the East Room of the White House on Monday, Nov. 19.
Twenty two passionate teachers from across the nation joined the Student Reporting Labs team for an inspiring day of professional development. Hear what they had to say here.
Students from Austin High School join teacher Gil Garcia, KLRU mentor Lynn Boswell, and PBS NewsHour's Leah Clapman on stage at SXSW edu.
The Michigan Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has announced that two student reporting teams from Fraser High School have won the prestigious Michigan High School Student Television Awards for Excellence.