The Student Reporting Labs crew from Fort Mill High School is ready to take on the school year.
What do all these people have in common? They’re invested in engaging and educating the next generation of journalists.
— Reporting Labs teacher Karin McKemey via Facebook
The Reporting Labs team is getting ready to welcome 20 teachers from across the nation for our annual mini-conference. Let’s do it!
Reporting Labs alumna Stephanie Brown from Granby High School in Norfolk, Va. poses for a graduation photo. CONGRATS, Stephanie!
High school journalism teacher Laura Denue leads a small group discussion as a production crew tapes footage for a PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs video.
How does violence affect students’ ability to learn? That’s what eighth-grader De’Qonton Davis and his classmates set out to investigate as part of the NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs project in partnership with PBS station WEDU in Tampa. The students produced a unique video report that they hope President Obama will see.
Students from Juneau-Douglas High School, a Reporting Labs site in Juneau, Alaska, submitted this screen shot of a science-based news report they are producing.
Keep up the good work J.D.H.S!
Leah Clapman and Thai Da Silva of the PBS NewsHour visit with Woodlawn High School students in Birmingham, Ala. Sarah Bean, with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, was also on hand to meet our wonderful Student Reporting Lab participants.
I watch some of PBS' Newshour tonight. It was so nice to see/hear intelligent journalism.