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School Brains and Whether or Not Teachers Know How To Use It?

October 5, 2017 No Comments »

School Brains: A let down for many students School Brains was made for students to check their progress as well as for parents to check their children’s progress. Teachers have not been taking advantage of this opportunity for them to ... Read More »

Analyzing the College Application Survey: Part 2

Analyzing the College Application Survey: Part 2
April 1, 2017 Comments Off on Analyzing the College Application Survey: Part 2

By Kayla Beardslee Last winter, Najma Jama and I gave a survey about early college applications to the students in our senior class. This is the second article analyzing the responses we received. For anyone who’s interested in our data, click here ... Read More »

Analyzing the College Application Survey: Part 3

Analyzing the College Application Survey: Part 3
March 21, 2017 Comments Off on Analyzing the College Application Survey: Part 3

By Kayla Beardslee Last winter, Najma Jama and I surveyed the students in our senior class about early college applications. This is the third and final article analyzing the responses we received. For anyone who’s interested in our data, click here to go ... Read More »

Medford High Goes to Model UN

Medford High Goes to Model UN
March 21, 2017 Comments Off on Medford High Goes to Model UN

By Kayla Beardslee On March 3, twenty-two Medford High students went to Northeastern University for the Greater Boston Model United Nations. The topic of the conference was nuclear proliferation, and delegations representing various countries worked together to pass resolutions about nuclear ... Read More »

Medford High School and Racial Division: Staff and Faculty (Part 1)

February 28, 2017 Comments Off on Medford High School and Racial Division: Staff and Faculty (Part 1)

In 1992, Medford High School closed down due to a racially triggered riot that resulted in the incarceration of fifteen students. The cause of this incident stems from the intense racial tension between white staff and black students. Although Medford ... Read More »