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.
After Sandy Hook, a Montana school district implemented active resistance training for all teachers and school administrators as part of a new initiative to prioritize school safety and emergency preparedness.
Some might think of desolate prairies and mysterious, unexplained lights when they think of Marfa, but this West Texas town of about 2,000 residents boasts a wealth of stories captured best by teens the teens who call it home.
A series of setbacks in early childhood and high school could have left Brittany discouraged about her future.
Aloha High School's automotive tech program trains students for careers in mechanics with hands-on learning.
Hear a Norweigan student describe how her new experiences in the U.S. changed her outlook on education.
Find out how Andjela Calasan plans to continue her education far away from her home country of Serbia.
Having escaped war in South Sudan, Madelina James plans to give back to the world by working in medicine.
Once living in and out of children's homes in South Carolina, this high school student has set big goals for the future.
Having made it from a refugee camp in Nepal to the U.S., Bishnu now wants to spend her life creating music.
A student from South Korea discusses his plans for after graduation.