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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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The marshmallow test and the guidance of a mentor figure

One of the most popular psychological experiments today is the marshmallow test as it is funny to observe and it has some serious implications. The experiment, which asks young children to resist eating the marshmallow in front of them in … Continue reading

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A shift in perception: What if at-risk students hold great potential?

Have students failed themselves when they can’t catch up in their classes? Are they beyond hope when they’ve come to the point of dropping out? Or is it because the system and the educators have actually failed them?   These … Continue reading

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A good education: The path to gainful employment

The connection between education and employment has been one of the key motivations for young adults to finish high school and attend college. In the United States, statistics show that the dropout levels in high school have decreased between 1990 … Continue reading

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Frank Biden: There is no excuse to drop out of school

Frank Biden Photo Credit: blog.journalistics.com Frank Biden plans to save the country, one student at a time. With the dropout rates in the state of Florida and in the entire nation reaching alarming levels, the brother of US Vice President … Continue reading

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