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Students and campus safety

Multiple incidents of campus violence have long eroded the idyllic notion of the school being as secure as a second home. In response, the U.S. Department of Education met with several student representatives from various schools in the country to … Continue reading

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Prioritizing student accomplishment focused on qualitative results

In schools today, great emphasis is placed on pushing students to achieve more. The ideal is the straight A student who shows motivation in all of his or her subjects and who is driven to produce many positive results across … Continue reading

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The downside of suspension as punishment

An article recently published on Time.com has revealed that many school districts still continue to use out-of-school suspensions, even for minor infractions. The problem, however, is that while it is popularly used as a disciplinary action, it has become increasingly … Continue reading

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Forbes: Private Company Solves US Education Problem

Education as a problem requires the cooperation of all the sectors involved to be solved.  Here, the efforts of a private company to help solve the education-related problems of the U.S. are discussed:   The government spends millions of dollars … Continue reading

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