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Melting pot or lingering divide? Virginia students explore race relations within school walls

Students of T.C. Williams High School in Virginia investigate race relations within their school.

“Like” playing sports? Student athletes urged to monitor social media presence

Students of Fort Mill High School investigate how social media practices and youth sports are connected.

Counting calories: How the constitution impacts school meals

Students of Fort Mill High School investigate the connection between the U.S. Constitution and what's being served in school cafeterias across the nation.

Chewing gum: A student’s friend or foe?

Students of Fraser High School in Michigan investigate the pros and cons of chewing gum.

“One nation under God?” Students explore pledge options

Students of Granby High School in Virginia explore how faculty members and their peers feel about the Pledge of Allegiance's "Under God" phrase.

Community leaders tell potential dropouts: “Ask for help”

Connecticut middle school students interview community leaders about dropouts and what can be done to prevent kids from dropping out.

NATURE | Saving the Mountain Gorilla | Attenborough’s Life Stories | PBS

After filming zoologist Dian Fossey and the gorillas of Virunga National Park for Life on Earth, David Attenborough promised to help her in her...