Movement participation: an individual, not group decision March 29, 2018 — by Leo Cao Campaigns such as Black Lives Matter, the feminist movement and LGBTQ social movements all have many supporters who regularly hold protests to raise awareness for their cause. read more » State testing is a pain, but it’s also important for students and the school March 29, 2018 — by Daniel Bessonov Standardized tests, although undoubtedly another burden, are the major-determining factors in a school’s API score. read more » Political echo chambers: Why it pays to listen to those you disagree with March 28, 2018 — by Katherine Zhou Political tensions have lead to harmful restrictions on views. read more » Methods of measuring student ability need improvement March 26, 2018 — by Michael Zhang By narrowing the scope of examinations and adjusting standards locally, accuracy of assessing student ability could be improved. read more » Teens advocating for reform are unjustly infantilized March 26, 2018 — by Alexandra Li Adults should face teen organized movements with seriousness and a willingness to respond. read more » Staff editorial: School shootings should prompt better methods to stop shooters, not fortress building March 22, 2018 — by Amy Tang and Alex Wang The recent uptick in school shootings necessitates steps to prevent shootings before they occur. read more » Plethora of AP tests may not be the best choice March 20, 2018 — by Alex Wang and Vivien Zhang AP tests and courses can provide unnecessary amounts of stress without representing actual college courses. read more » Strength-based teaching promotes the wrong values March 15, 2018 — by Anna Novoselov and Sandhya Sundaram Strength based teaching hinders children from exploring their interests without pressure read more » Strength-based teaching promotes the wrong values March 15, 2018 — by Anna Novoselov and Sandhya Sundaram Strength based teaching hinders children from exploring their interests without pressure read more » Noise in library and tutoring center during tutorials defeats purpose of facilities March 15, 2018 — by Connie Liang Despite its purpose of being a quiet place for students to study and work, the library is often filled with distractions during tutorial. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...7172737475...8090100110120...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.