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    In the article, "Teachers Are Divided on Teaching LGBTQ Topics.”(Najarro 2021) I learned that teachers are becoming hesitant on talking about LGBTQ topics in the classroom due to new restrictions and education policies. The text states how teachers are...

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    • Dear, Isabella your post made me think about other extra curricular activities that may revolve the topic about the LGBTQ+ Community such as school clubs and other events. As well as if schools have clubs like that how come it has become a big issue if the topic gets discussed in class. Despite this I still agree with the fact that going based of the curriculum that teachers are meant to follow should be followed in order to prevent any misinterpretations.

      Something I still tend to wonder is why would teachers be at blame regarding discussing this topic or not if the school is the one that sets certain policies.

      Sincerely, Andrea Agripino

  • Dear Yinetly,
    I connected to what you were saying in your post, ”Getting Braces: How My Smile Boosted My Confidence!,” because I relate to the things you were feeling. I also feel like having braces for two years then removing them made me smile a lot more than usual since I was more confident. 
    One sentence that stood out to me is,”I’m ready…Read More

  • Dear Vivi,
    Your post made me feel sympathetic towards the people who still see food as the enemy because as an athlete food is considered fuel for your body. An eating disorder can be very damaging to the way your body function. Being an athlete my body image always concerns me because I have tough criticsm on the way my body looks or how fast…Read More

  • Education Policy

    In the article “Teachers struggle to teach the Holocaust without running afoul of new ‘divisive concepts’ rules” (WERTHEIMER September 28, 2023) I learned that teachers are getting their teaching license removed because of these new rules of refraining teaching...

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  • Education policy

    In the article, “Education Policy in the United States” I learned that education policy has evolved drastically over time. Education was solely religious based and the amount of kids in school were little to none. Around the 1900s, the...

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    • Dear Isabella,
      Your work made me think about how important education is. I loved how much detail you put into writing this article. I’m really looking forward to seeing what you write next.
      Sincerely, Jonathan

    • Hi Isabella!
      I found your take on this topic extremely informative. Education is an exceptionably valuable factor in our society, and I too feel that sensitive topics also need to be discussed in school. While certain topics can be generally confrontational or hurtful towards certain groups, I think that the education system should find a way to address and teach future generations about challenges so that future worldly issues can be prevented. Just as you said, if new generations aren’t educated, it is extremely likely that the past will repeat itself.

    • I agree Isabella, Important dates in history should be taught in school even if they are controversial. It is very critical to our future that we are able to problem solve through conflicts like war, invasions and atrocities. Future generations deserve to know and be educated about the consequences of past actions from all perspectives. This topic should be talked about more as it affects every student.

    • Isabella, this is a very important topic that is not talked about enough. I agree that we need to teach all of our history so as to not repeat past mistakes and educate children on the true history of not only the United States, but the world. Hiding history from future generations is unfair to not only the children, but the people who lived through those events. Education is very important, and we need to place greater value on what we are teaching future generations.

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