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Historical reverence

Historical reverence

By Ardine Isma CSMS Magazine Like human hearts, our world is rather a complex one. There are moments in history that can never be forgotten, for they will forever mark the social consciousness of men. These times in history are usually led by men of great...
Engaging students and class antagonism in the electoral process

Engaging students and class antagonism in the electoral process

CSMS Magazine Monday night, CNN and Harvard’s Institute of Politics co-hosted a presidential town hall at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H. It was an event that was designed primarily to capture the attention of young voters as the 2020 presidential...
Career and Technical Education: The Emerging Labor Market

Career and Technical Education: The Emerging Labor Market

CSMS Magazine Career and Technical Education is part of a key High School program that provides the link between the needs of the labor market and the needs for young people to be fully prepared to move into the workforce or continue their career-focused...
Colorado teachers: we’re a force together!

Colorado teachers: we’re a force together!

CSMS Magazine United, we’re strong! This is the message we’re getting from teachers across the country. From West Virginia to Los Angeles, teachers are organized to demand fair treatment and a decent salary from which they can pay their bills. Last...
Homeschooling: a new debate

Homeschooling: a new debate

CSMS Magazine A new debate has emerged ever since the couple in California was arrested on child abuse charges after they were found to have been mistreating their homeschooled children. Many education advocates have turned up the pressure on Sates’...
A weekend in Havana, Cuba

A weekend in Havana, Cuba

Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine The story of Cuba, an island of 11 million people in the Caribbean, has long been one of the world’s most intriguing ones. This fascination stems from Cuba’s resilience and determination not just to survive but also thrive...
Sally Hemings’ story is still an intriguing one

Sally Hemings’ story is still an intriguing one

By Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine In retrospect Sally Hemings never earned her freedom from Thomas Jefferson, although she was reported to have been freed by Jefferson’s daughter Martha and was allowed to live a humble live the last 9 years of...
Education and ancillary findings

Education and ancillary findings

Chantale Jimenez CSMS Magazine Broward County School District is reportedly to hire investigators to look into allegations of families that lie about addresses to get into specific schools. According to the Fort-Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, school officials...
Inequality in Education

Inequality in Education

At a glimpse In honor of Black History Month, a series of articles were published in The Harvard Gazette. These articles take a hard look at inequality in the educational system. It is important to notice that 90 years ago, Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a distinguished...
Education is back on the spotlight

Education is back on the spotlight

CSMS Magazine This week president Barack Obama signed into law a new education reform bill, shoving off the old ineffective Georges Bush’s No-Child-Left-Behind one. The signing was grandiosely publicized. The president sat in his golden chair, flanked...

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