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As a high school student reading articles about the benefits of modern school practices, I don’t understand why my high school can’t incorporate these practices into our system.
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As a high school student reading articles about the benefits of modern school practices, I don’t understand why my high school can’t incorporate these practices into our system.
—Sophomore Joe Lisle

I would like to ban the words “engage,” “engagement,” and “engaging” from education.
—Harry Tuttle

Parents have caught on to the fact that not only does all this ineffective, inaccurate, and outdated testing and prepping do nothing to help their children, but the reality is that it is harming them.
—Lisa Nielsen

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