Featured Lesson Plan:
Every year, throughout the world, millions of young girls are forced into marriage. Child marriage is outlawed in many countries and international agreements forbid the practice, yet it persists across continents, language, religion, and class.
Photojournalist Stephanie Sinclair's documentary short is both an investigation of child marriage in India, Yemen, Afghanistan, Nepal, and Ethiopia and a call to action. In this lesson, students will view the powerful video and discuss the root causes of child marriage practices and how to combat them, around the world and at home.
Featured Reporting Project:
In advance of Earth Day (April 22), we're featuring short films on climate change and the environment. This week: how can culture and religion combat climate change? Gary Marcuse and Shi Lihong report on those pushing toward an "ecological civilization" that draws on Buddhism, Daoism, Confucianism, and other Chinese cultural traditions as a means of addressing the country's growing environmental challenges.
Eight Pulitzer Center student fellows have been selected as finalists for the 2018 Mark of Excellence Awards presented by the Society of Professional Journalists. The awards, whose winners will be announced during each region's spring conference, honor work done by student journalists across the globe in the categories of print, radio, television, and online. Check out the honored projects here and access the latest reporting from our student fellows.
K-12 students in the U.S. and abroad are invited to submit to the Fighting Words Poetry Contest for the chance to win cash prizes up to $100, publication, and performance opportunities. DEADLINE: May 18, 2018
Pulitzer Center staff is also available to facilitate a workshop to guide students in crafting successful entries. Schedule a workshop in your school by emailing email@example.com