Category Archives: Education

Gender Identity Doesn’t Only Affect Students Education (by Rachel Vanderzanden)

The Research Essay Every human is born with some type of genital part, it’s one or the other, there is no in between. However, if you choose to be the opposite of what you were born, then that is your

Gender Identity Doesn’t Only Affect Students Education (by Rachel Vanderzanden)

The Research Essay Every human is born with some type of genital part, it’s one or the other, there is no in between. However, if you choose to be the opposite of what you were born, then that is your

Mind the Gap: The Benefits of a Gap Year (by Karah Gossman)

Introduction I am a born traveler. I took my first plane trip at six weeks old and I haven’t stopped since. My community theme spawned from my past experiences and how they affected my mental and academic development. Culture &

Mind the Gap: The Benefits of a Gap Year (by Karah Gossman)

Introduction I am a born traveler. I took my first plane trip at six weeks old and I haven’t stopped since. My community theme spawned from my past experiences and how they affected my mental and academic development. Culture &

Are Schools Trying to Make Our Students Dumber Rather than Smarter?(by Jessie Kerslake)

Introduction: I chose the community theme of education, I would like to be an early education teacher some day so this was the best topic to me, I was able to volunteer in a family friends grade school classroom and

Are Schools Trying to Make Our Students Dumber Rather than Smarter?(by Jessie Kerslake)

Introduction: I chose the community theme of education, I would like to be an early education teacher some day so this was the best topic to me, I was able to volunteer in a family friends grade school classroom and

Alternative Education: The Forgotten Frontier (by Miri Jarrett)

Becoming More Informed: A Proposal Growing up my parents always used to tell me getting a formal education was the only way I can get a good job that would make my future secure. A large part of this was

Alternative Education: The Forgotten Frontier (by Miri Jarrett)

Becoming More Informed: A Proposal Growing up my parents always used to tell me getting a formal education was the only way I can get a good job that would make my future secure. A large part of this was

Be True To Your School, The Need For Parity in Public School Funding (by Justin Brandon)

Introduction My name is Justin Brandon and for my community theme I chose education, specifically funding for education in the Public Charter School System. I have a vested interest in this topic because both of my sons attend a Public

Be True To Your School, The Need For Parity in Public School Funding (by Justin Brandon)

Introduction My name is Justin Brandon and for my community theme I chose education, specifically funding for education in the Public Charter School System. I have a vested interest in this topic because both of my sons attend a Public

You CAN Sit With Us (by Jasmine Pham)

As said in one of my favorite movies, “YOU CAN’T SIT WITH US” (Mean Girls). This quote is one of the most popular phrases from the movie Mean Girls, and displays how simple yet effective bullying can be on the

You CAN Sit With Us (by Jasmine Pham)

As said in one of my favorite movies, “YOU CAN’T SIT WITH US” (Mean Girls). This quote is one of the most popular phrases from the movie Mean Girls, and displays how simple yet effective bullying can be on the

Are Sikh parents holding their kids back by teaching them their native language? (by Jaspal Minhas)

    Teaching the Punjabi language has been my central focus during my community project. I have been teaching children their native Punjabi language to help the little Punjabi children boost their reconnection with their culture. The primary aim of

Are Sikh parents holding their kids back by teaching them their native language? (by Jaspal Minhas)

    Teaching the Punjabi language has been my central focus during my community project. I have been teaching children their native Punjabi language to help the little Punjabi children boost their reconnection with their culture. The primary aim of