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.
Even 60 years after the court ruling many black kids continue to lack equal access to high quality education. We will find kids fighting against the slide back into inequality and hear what they have to say to the rest of us.
One million kids have fled Syria and the numbers only keep rising. We will explore what it’s like to be a refugee kid fleeing Syria to camps in Jordan, and how they now live their uprooted lives.
On the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks, we separate fact from fiction and remember those we lost.
What if being an outsider is okay? Here are some stories of kids - and famous adults - that chose the road less traveled.
The catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan this year changed the country forever. Understand more about this major event through the eyes of Japan's children.
Nick stars and a few brave kids come clean about the lies we all sometimes tell.
After the earthquake, children rebuild their lives through art.
What's it like to be a kid in Haiti, a year after a devastating earthquake? Find out.
Watch how an adorable puppy becomes an amazing service dog!
Kids with alcoholic parents talk about all of the different challenges they face.
Bullying is a major problem. See how some schools and communities are solving it.
Bullying can happen anywhere. Find out how you can stay safe and help others.
Meet pro actors, paperboys & dog poop scoopers, all under 13, when Nick News goes to work!
When she's not busy with homework, Hannah announces baseball games! This is her life.
Follow the progress of three technology-addicted kids who go a week without their gadgets.
Check in with Wade, the tech-addict, as he tries to cope with his newly unplugged life.
Wade is addicted to technology. See what happens when Nick News challenges him to unplug.
A panel of your peers trades notes with celebrities about what makes parents SO annoying.
Travel the world & experience the challenges of living without water. Kids can help.
Travel to Honduras and experience the challenges of living without running water.
Is getting help from your parents on homework considered cheating?