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Orientation Video for Writing

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This short orientation video gives our users basic tools to navigate our writing collection with ease.

it is clear that the zero tolerance policy criminalizes youth

Personalized Learning, Not a School to Prison Pipeline

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9

A class of 9th graders at The Met High School in Providence, Rhode Island spent their first trimester learning about different philosophies of justice through watching, discussing and writing about Michael Sandel's Justice lectures, made free online by Harvard University. 

even if she survives she won't learn anything there

Second Chances and Assistance

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A class of 9th graders at The Met High School in Providence, Rhode Island spent their first trimester learning about different philosophies of justice through watching, discussing and writing about Michael Sandel's Justice lectures, made free online by Harvard University. 

mistakes of your youth are hard to escape

A Misleading Truth for a “Missing” Phone

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9

A class of 9th graders at The Met High School in Providence, Rhode Island spent their first trimester learning about different philosophies of justice through watching, discussing and writing about Michael Sandel's Justice lectures, made free online by Harvard University. 

there are always other solutions to a problem

Response to Rocky Choices

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9

A class of 9th graders at The Met High School in Providence, Rhode Island spent their first trimester learning about different philosophies of justice through watching, discussing and writing about Michael Sandel's Justice lectures, made free online by Harvard University. 

roughly 75 percent of processed foods contain GMO's

GMO? GM-No?

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11

During a "Food for All" expedition, students studied how the choices we make about food affect our health, the environment, and the welfare of animals.

they kill more than just pests

The Pesticide Problem at Home

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11

During a "Food for All" expedition, students studied how the choices we make about food affect our health, the environment, and the welfare of animals.

it can feel like the only thing to do is to keep pushing ourselves

The Ancient God Who Rules High School

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12

"As a student in what is generally regarded as a rather competitive high school, I was quickly disabused of the notion that school was perfect. Staring at my classmates competing (and me as well!), I saw parallels to problems from game theory and economics.

I am only 14. The number is so youthful, so honest.

Inside Out and Back Again Poems

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8

These poems are based on the novel Inside Out And Back Again by Thannha Lai and preceded by students writing an essay introducing the concepts of the universal refugee experience during EL Education’s

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