Austin High School , Austin, TX
Students from Austin, Texas examine the factors behind major education budget cuts in their state.
PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs at Austin High School in Austin, Texas examine what the effects of sports related concussions on their scholastic endeavors.
A look at the Free Voluntary Reading Initiative in the Austin Independent School District.
Students from Austin High School in Texas explore the facts behind school choice and how it affects their community.
Austin High School students interview local residents about the fires that ripped through their hometowns and changed their lives.
Students reporters from Austin High School interview residents about mandatory water conservation efforts and how these regulations are affecting local flora.
Teens from Austin, Texas report on state budget cuts affecting education.
Students from Austin High School report that the job search for teens is especially tough.
Austin High School students report on how in tough economic times nonprofit organizations are struggling to find donations.
Austin High School students report on what happens when undocumented immigrants need health care, and how a sampling of Austin residents feel about the issue.
Austin High School students delve into the issues facing students who are in the United States illegally.
Austin High School students look at the options available to college-bound teens who need financial aid.
While visiting Austin, TX for a convention, the NewsHour hangs out with Austin High School students.
Academy for Global Studies at Austin High School students look at issues of green washing and green marketing.
How do kids feel about laws that allow courts to sentence a minor to life without parole?
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