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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Vol 1 Issue 3-Student Perspective

Adjusting to new social and educational realitiesStudent PerspectiveBy | Jennifer & Jessica Aggrey Reading the first paragraph, we wonder what the writer means by “It is no surprise that we are in a global crisis.” Just in early March 2020, Colorado was still living almost oblivious to the virus. Schools Read more…

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Vol 1 Issue 2-Student Perspective

Examining the politics of public education: ValuesStudent PerspectiveBy | Jonathan Bateman They Sin Against UsA Call for Districts to Relinquish Their Power When I reflect upon the current state of the district and my experience, I can’t help but feel hopeless. I try not to though. All the sacrifices that Read more…

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Vol 1 Issue 1-Student Perspective

Community Vision for Education of ChildrenStudent PerspectiveBy | Alana Marie Barros The current education system is set up in a way where students are in high-stress situations all through school. Many students feel as though the school board and their teachers care more about numbers than the students they are Read more…

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