Student leaders at Columbia High School in East Greenbush are pitching in to help make the world a better place. That includes organizing a shoe drive for the needy, working with youngsters just starting out in school, or helping diabetics live a better life.
A group of Maple Hill Middle School students in Schodack will observe Veterans Day differently this year. Since mid-October, they've been researching and contributing to a project entitled, "For Those Who Stuck Their Necks Out". What they've found out is really hitting home.
A teacher at Bethlehem Middle School is trying to create a peace project with kids around the world. Using the computer, his students are interacting with kids in countries like Russia, Belize, and Costa Rica.
Hoosick Falls is committed to make special needs kids a priority, because they're part of the community, not just the school community.
Some parents in the Middleburgh School District want the Common Core standards repealed. They say their kids are struggling with the more rigorous studies.
At Fisher Elementary School in Arlington, Vermont, inclusion is the norm. In the 5th grade class, all the students have learned sign language to communicate with the students who are deaf and hard of hearing.
One of the discussions at NBC's Education Nation Forum in New York City is centering around how technology will improve the U.S. Education system.
Monday's discussion on standardized testing brought some heated discussion and debate at 'Education Nation' in New York City.