An example article and an overview of the collaborative reporting process, from the student editors of the Underground Workshop.
The Underground Workshop's collaborative reporting project for this school year will collect students' experiences of Act 77: flexible pathways and proficiency-based learning.
VTDigger's platform for student publication is up and running for its third year, with student leadership.
What does climate education look like in Vermont's schools? And stepping back from the series, the project's student editors offer some last thoughts.
Stories from across Vermont outline the challenges facing our schools' food service providers, and the opportunities for sustainability.
Anonymous stories and photos offer a ground level view of the housing crisis in Vermont's most diverse community.
Stories from five high schools explore the challenges and opportunities for getting students to and from school more sustainably.
The Underground Workshop's Climate Report Card series was compiled, organized and edited by a team of student editors. This week they look at electricity in schools.
Student reporters at more than a dozen schools across Vermont look at how schools are working to be energy efficient.
A change at Bellows Free Academy-St. Albans gives shape to a question debated at schools across Vermont.