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.
Wisconsin teens explore how locals are plugging into solar energy.
Students in South Carolina explore how globilization changed their small mill town.
Students in South Carolina investigate how doctors, coaches, therapists and youth athletes are reacting to new concussion rules.
Teens in Montana investigate how a local player's death inspired the signing of a bipartisan bill to help prevent future concussions.
Youth reporters at Windsor High School in California explore how young athletes and their parents are dealing with the risks related to youth football.
High school journalists at Paseo Academy take a look at how concussion clinics in their community are providing young athletes with the skills needed to avoid concussions.
Students in Wisconsin explore the ImPact test and how some youth athletes have cheated the concussion exam.
Despite multiple concussions, a high school freshman continues to play football. Will tradition outweigh the risks?
One-to-one computing is on the rise, but does the idea really bring 21st century skills to the hands of every student? Wisconsin teens report.
A look at the Free Voluntary Reading Initiative in the Austin Independent School District.