Vol 4 Issue 2 – Student Perspective

Amending Colorado’s Constitution Student perspective By | Nora Hess & Addisson Pribble The present state of our nation may draw unsettling similarities to the animosity of antebellum America. Still, I’m sure we can all agree that the digitized and globalized country we live in today looks nothing like the industrializing Read more…

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Vol 4 Issue 2 – Student Perspective Part 2

Amending Colorado’s Constitution Student perspective By | Timothy-Matthew Ferdinand As a current student attending high school in the Aurora Public Schools District, my initial impression after reading both articles was slightly doubtful. My doubt stems from the ability of staff to treat students according to the definitions of dignity expressed Read more…

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Vol 4 Issue 1 – Student Perspective

Teacher Retention Student perspective By | Aaralyn Allin-Zayas I have always grappled with the idea of becoming a teacher, especially with my zeal for learning and helping youth navigate and discover their passions and interests. The notion that I could play a role in helping youth find their purpose and Read more…

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Vol 3 Issue 3 – Student Perspective

School Data Student perspective By | Reem Saeed When it comes to selecting which school their child will attend, often a parent’s decision relies on the use of data points. Graduation rates, test scores, and post-secondary data are frequently used to determine the line between a “good” and “bad” school. Read more…

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Vol 3 Issue 1 – Student Perspective

Student Success Student perspective By |Cora Rhodes                 Going to Denver School of Science and Technology: Byers (DSST: Byers), a Denver public school, after attending Stanley British Primary (Stanley), a private school, allowed me to view the public school system differently. Coming from Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 3 -Student Perspective

Working Together To Make Change Student perspective By | Rosine Niyoyishura The whole world stopped, and also most importantly, the controversial teaching mechanisms that have been in tact within the educational system in America— also stopped or should I say woefully reigned in? As a student within this educational system Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 1-Student Perspective

Setting new priorities for public education Student Perspective By |  Valantina Zeremariam Treat Us Like the Future, Not the Burden. Let’s Get Real.  In 2003, the aftermath of the bloodshed of the Eritrean-Ethiopian war, my parents decide to immigrate to the United States, “The Land of Opportunity.’’ My mother especially Read more…

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