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A student uses her phone during math class to watch a video to further her understanding of the assignment.
Debate over cell phones in the classroom continues
Jade Coleman, Contributing Reporter • May 25, 2020

Over the years as cell phones have become universal, the use of phones and other technology has entered the classrooms. Some believe they are distracting and disruptive, while...

The term “homeless” is a broad spectrum and students can be subjugated to this word if they have to share a house with multiple families or if they are in and out of shelters. According to the National Center for Homeless Education, Texas is home to approximately 10 percent of the country’s homeless youth and children. During the 2014-2015 school year, Texas school districts identified 113,294 students as homeless — and that is a conservative number.
Homeless doesn't mean hopeless, on-campus programs available for homeless teens
Johnny Vasquez, Contributing Reporter • May 18, 2020
The diversity on campus goes more than just skin deep.
Diversity on campus goes further than skin color, language
Chris White, Contributing Reporter • April 13, 2020
Students in Stephanie Reynolds AP Environmental Science class participate in a dirt lab.
Advanced classes, are they right for you?
Carlos Medina, Contributing Reporter • April 6, 2020
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