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POV: Standardized Testing is a Measure of Wealth
Motivation of Sharing Grades

February 18, 2020

I grew up studying in China and experienced a full rote learning education and a test-filled culture. I started studying in the United States two years ago and I am seeing different patterns in relation to grades sharing. What is the motivation of sharing grades? How do people feel about it afterwards? 

Do charter schools work?

February 17, 2020

The charter schools debate is about much more than charter schools. It is about race, access, and who gets to decide what our schools look like. 

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Dearest Baba Anya
How Kanye West’s Sunday Services Changed Modern Music, American Society, and Himself
Everyday is Love Day

Everyday is Love Day

June 29, 2019

A Mother in Spring

A Mother in Spring

April 25, 2019

Now it’s spring. It's warm. Why is he gone? ARE YOU IN THERE?

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The Struggle and Rise of Female Empowerment in India
The Australian Bushfires; Called to Action
When Power Defeats Peace

When Power Defeats Peace

February 11, 2020

Within the last 2-3 decades, South Africa has epitomized the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, and should be seen as an example for countries across the world.

Northwestern’s The Daily Journalists Under Fire: How Far is Too Far?

Northwestern’s The Daily Journalists Under Fire: How Far is Too Far?

February 10, 2020

I sometimes wonder if people, specifically the more privileged individuals in American society, forget just how worried minorities must be all the time. We walk out the door, we’re worried.

Harvey, Maria, Dorian, and Trump: The Mandate of Heaven and Trump’s American Dynasty

Harvey, Maria, Dorian, and Trump: The Mandate of Heaven and Trump’s American Dynasty

November 19, 2019

The Mandate of Heaven may have been a fabricated ancient ideology when it was in place, but now, with the power in the hands of an enemy of mother nature, the rolling dark clouds are telling us something about our leader. And it’s urgent.

The Climate Strike in Less Than 850 Words

The Climate Strike in Less Than 850 Words

November 19, 2019

It is clear to see that climate change will be the defining issue of this time in history, so what are young people doing to make a difference and change our planet’s bleak fate? The only thing they can do: use their voices to protest and spark change. 

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The student news site of Sandy Spring Friends School
The student news site of Sandy Spring Friends School