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coronavirus and students: students react to the pandemic

    

Coronavirus and Students: Gauging the Repsonse of Youth Students across PBS NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs (SRL) network were asked what...

    

Coronavirus Updates: Staying on Top of the Pandemic President Trump addressed the nation about novel coronavirus March 11, announcing new travel...

     

Voter Decision-Making: How Did We End Up Here? Former Vice President Joe Biden won important primary victories Tuesday in Michigan, Idaho,...

  

Engage with Stories and Break Down Stereotypes “No Labels Attached: Breaking Down Misconceptions & Stereotypes explores” is a video series...
2020 census student guide: pbs explores why it's important for students to be engaged.
2020 Census Student Guide Summary The 2020 census began in January in remote sections of Alaska before rolling out nationwide in March. The purpose...

   

Super Tuesday Results: Breaking It Down For Students Super Tuesday, the biggest day on the primary calendar, has reshaped the 2020 Democratic...

A still from the BrainPop video on Coronavirus.

Coronavirus Student Guide: Talking About Outbreaks Watch the Brainpop video below on the coronavirus and use the discussion questions to talk about...
South Carolina Democratic Debate stage

    

South Carolina Democratic Debate: What Are the Roles of Moderators and the Audience? From the PBS NewsHour’s Dan Bush: “If there was any doubt that...
julie woodruff discusses the democratic candidates and the ongoing primaries

    

The Democratic Candidates Move to the Next Primaries In a very close New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, Sen. Bernie Sanders was declared the winner,...

The senate holds a vote on impeachment.

PBS NewsHour Extra 
2020-02-07
Trump Impeachment Verdict:A Historic Vote in the Senate The U.S. Senate has spoken, and President Trump will remain in office. On Wednesday, he was...