Anonymous social media pages must be regulated to protect privacy and to show compassion to one another. Rankings, which are often posted on these accounts, are dehumanizing.
Issue 15, Volume 113
Cold calling is not a productive teaching strategy.
Issue 12, Volume 113
The death penalty is not a reasonable response to the 2017 terrorist attack in front of Stuyvesant High School. Schools have to do more to help students better understand the U.S. criminal justice system.
Issue 10, Volume 113
There is an illogical stigma around women’s wrestling.
Issue 9, Volume 113
Multiple choice questions may be a student favorite, but they are impractical.
Issue 7, Volume 113
New York City does frustratingly little to politically inform its citizens.
Issue 2, Volume 113
Animals used for dissection and vivisection are obtained in many unethical ways, so schools should look for alternatives to using actual animals for research purposes.
Issue 13, Volume 112
The skills taught in home economics—now often referred to as Family and Consumer Sciences to be more inclusive—are just as vital now as they were when these courses were first created.
Issue 10, Volume 112
Schools need to teach students how to respond to dangerous situations because everyone should know how to defend themselves, especially in a big city.
Issue 8, Volume 112