This is a show about everyday heroes—kids who have stood up for another kid, not because it was popular or to get attention, but because it was the right thing to do.
This special will look back at the past 25 years and present the story of Nick News – why we thought news for kids was important, the guidelines we followed, and most importantly, what we learned from kids.
This special will examine the effectiveness of traditional methods of school punishment and also explore a new method known as restorative justice.
A look at the debate over kid-friendly wearable devices. In a world where there are more opportunities than ever for kids to get into dangerous situations online and out in the word, does a kid’s privacy count?
Children are not supposed to die. But they do. And in the process, they teach us lessons in grace, courage and wisdom. In other words, in their dying, they often teach us how to live.
In the Rev, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s most famous speech he talks about his dream of racial equality. But Dr. King had more than one dream — and his messages went well beyond a plea for racial equality.