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When the rankings came out, alarms rang, sirens abruptly went off, and a mixture of disappointment and fear for the future diffused throughout the United States. A country of so much power, innovation, and progress, was deemed average at best … Continue reading
It’s not difficult to see that America’s education system may need a little more work. There are those who complain about the graduation rates, our international rankings against other countries, and how there doesn’t seem to be much progress lately. … Continue reading
When the topics of reforming education and education equity surface, we hear the words “charter school” quite often. In fact, they have gained a reputation as the fix for America’s public education system. I was introduced to the concept of … Continue reading
The cage spins. The papers rattle. A hand plunges into the pool of fate and pulls out someone’s destiny. This is the lottery system. A student’s education can be determined by this lottery. It’s random, yet the chances are equal. … Continue reading
I want to discuss America’s education system and access to education. I want to discuss education equity and the closure of the prominent achievement gap that spans between rich and poor. As a student who believes in the power of … Continue reading
HIV doesn’t really have a positive connotation; in fact, if we play a word association game, what do we visualize or think of when we hear the word “HIV”? Automatically, I think of AIDS, and when I think of AIDS, … Continue reading
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