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Stop forcing kids into AP

A photo illustration of letters scattered around an 'A' and 'P.'

Pathfinder Editorial Board

January 13, 2020

Last semester, my AP English Language and Composition class was instructed to complete a survey regarding access to Advanced Placement (AP) courses. After a slew of leading questions expressing the perceived benefits of the AP program, the survey asked about the effectiveness of various persuasion technique...

Improving our celebrations of Black History Month

Listening to her peers at the African American Read-In, senior Kyra Clerk wears red in support of the event. Clerk worked to spread the word verbally about the event. “The only time we really hear about [African American] stuff is in history class, and mainly it's about slavery. We hardly ever hear about accomplishments of African Americans and what we’ve done for the country,” Clerk said.

Fatema Rehmani, Staff Writer

March 4, 2019

Throughout the hallways, classroom doors are uniquely decorated with tokens of African-American history. Starting early mornings, students listened to their classmates' recitation of African-American poetry over the announcements. Although these traditions are new, Black History Month has been celebrated annu...

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