Tag Archives: Education

Monthly Madness

Periods. Otherwise known as menstruation. Otherwise known as the precursor to pregnancy, that time of the month, the curse, the monthlies, shark week, and the list goes on. Yet, with its many names, society seems to forget about this natural … Continue reading

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Sports vs. Education

With sports comes a tedious amount of dedication, which does not always correspond with school; because, despite the amount of dedication sports require, school requires a thousand times that amount. Many kids who wish to pursue their sports throughout high school, … Continue reading

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A Valuable Education

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the first definition of the word education is “The process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university.” If you asked high school students what the point of going to school … Continue reading

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Boys Rule, Girls Drool.

It’s a well know fact to all teachers that the average boy is behind in the industrial world, beginning in Pre-K, and lasting through to college. Boys, simply put, haven’t been doing nearly as well as girls in school. Statistics have shown that, … Continue reading

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A Penny for Your Consent

BuzzFeed is known for its clickbait and quirky news updates. But, occasionally they use their large following for good use. A video titled “Would You Steal $5?” is a perfect example of that good-doing. A simple message is put across … Continue reading

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Homework?

School is a designated time and place for people to learn and increase their knowledge. Because of that, I don’t think it’s fair for copious amounts of work to be assigned out of school as well. When long hours are … Continue reading

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Bright Room, harsh lights

Sitting in the darkened room. Plastic flashing, sounds pulsating. The light, when on, is harsh and unnatural. A man, tall and large, lives within these confines. Quick to anger, slow to reason, his intelligence is low. A role he is … Continue reading

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