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How to Deal with Stress in Schools

By Serena Mao Stress in schools is one of the biggest contributors to teens’ health in today’s world. The epitome of stress can be witnessed in Chinese schools. The Educational Review concludes that students in China feel disproportionately more stress than others …

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How I Created a Club in High School

By Owen Xu Li In August, I entered a new American school in Mexico City. I founded my own organization called Environment Life Future (ELF). At first, I did activities all by myself, but then I realized my school enabled students to …

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The Importance of Community Service

By ZhuoTong Xian Community service is a very big part of the lives of American high school students. High school students in the United States are assigned certain hours of community service every year and need to complete the hours before graduation. …

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Trump Administration Pulls Back on School Nutrition

Last year, the Trump administration pulled back on standards that promoted nutritious foods in schools. The administration allowed schools to serve refined grains, such as white bread, biscuits, and white pasta. This weakened previous standards which were aimed at creating a more …

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My School in Shanghai

By Alex Bao I have been studying in Shanghai High School international division for almost a year. During this period, I have experienced a challenge with high school study methods that I have come to appreciate. On one hand, our school is …

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Why Colleges Should Drop SAT, ACT Requirements

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By Jennie Wang SAT and ACT are both standardized tests that are used for college admissions in the United States. In the past few years, there have been many problems with these standardized testings. This past August, College Board was accused of …

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Later Start Times

By Julie Broch Unionville-Chadds Ford became the first school district in the Philadelphia-area to push their start time to 8 a.m. so students can get more sleep. They say the extra cost of busing and the effect it had on people’s schedules …

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Arming Teachers

By: Julie Broch The topic of whether or not to arm teachers in schools has been a very controversial this past few months. In Pennsylvania, parents are suing a school district in order to prevent them from allowing teachers to carry guns …

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