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Educational failure

Elijah Cruz, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

The academic system favors students who learn in a standardized way and can easily adapt to rigid structures of education. The idea of standardization comes as a disservice to students who are not organized...

District earns its highest TEA score through student, teacher dedication, determination

Ace Roueche, Assistant editor October 12, 2022

Bryan ISD received a rating of 86 from the Texas Education Agency for the 2022 accountability ratings. This is the highest rating the district has received and was additionally awarded a 92 for college,...

Overworked, stressed students see repercussions from excessive involvement

Robert Morgan January 20, 2015
As the second semester gets into full swing, a major topic weighs heavily on the minds of teachers and students minds – next school year. Seniors are finalizing their decisions for life post-high school, juniors are looking to take SAT and ACT tests, and students might spend hours at a time scavenging through the thick course guide trying to figure out which classes to sign up for before they meet with their counselor. Many of these underclassmen find that teachers, counselors, and parents are pressuring them to take the most advanced classes and get involved in every organization imaginable so their résumés look impressive for colleges.

Students pencil in a troubling new trend

Emma Raleigh April 6, 2011
In the past, a high school student might go home after school and read a book for fun. Now, it’s common to find American teenagers sitting in front of the television set, mindlessly watching programs with no educational value. Though there are many ways to learn new things about the world around us, the desire to learn in adolescents is almost nonexistent.
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