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SRL on location: Wi-Fi on wheels

Southern California high school students teamed up with SRL and PBS SoCal to produce a story about the digital divide in California's Coachella Valley.

SRL's Ask the Alumnus

Check out SRL's alumni in the series "Ask the Alumnus."

Ask the Alumnus: Ruby Rosenberg

Episode one's guest is Ruby Rosenberg, an alumna of the Media Enterprise Alliance in Oakland, California. Ruby is now a freshman at Boston University studying film and video production.

Military's historic announcement opens doors for young female officers

Shantell Gonzalez is the commanding officer of her high school's Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program. She understands the challenges of being a woman leading a company of men, but trains as hard as anyone in the hopes of one day joining the military.

SRL reporters discover how youth can reach their potential

Watch SRL correspondents Chloe Golan and Jazmin Cunningham interview Lumina Foundation Founder and CEO Jamie Merisotis at the National Educational Telecommunications Association conference.

SRL's Partner Stations of the Month

Check out SRL's Partner Stations of the Month

SRL's Connected Educators of the Month

Check out SRL's Connected Educators of the Month

SRL Connected Educator of the Month: December 2015

Meet December's Connected Educator of the Month

SRL on location in Coachella

Etiwanda High School, West Ranch High School and PBS SoCal helped produce a PBS NewsHour story about how Coachella Valley School District is using the sun, school buses and creativity to narrow the digital divide.

How reporting on science can change the way you learn

NewsHour Anchor Hari Sreenivasan and three former Student Reporting Lab All-Stars discuss how science journalism can change the way you look at the world and how communities address problems.

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