How mock elections confuse children and shape our future

By: Ian J. Smith In 2012 schools nationwide hosted mock elections to find out whom their students would pick for president.  The point of these is to shed light on a younger perspective and make students feel like they are part of the political action.  While they may feel more politically responsible, these mock elections force children to choose a party and candidate when they … Continue reading How mock elections confuse children and shape our future

Uniform policy needs consistent enforcement

By: Amanda Campbell Uniform policy is a legitimate issue in private schools. It certainly divides students at The King’s Academy in Woodstock, Georgia. The range of who monitors the dress code invites inconsistency and preferential treatment. During an average day at school, the teacher’s assistants are primarily responsible for noticing dress code violations. The offender is asked to remove the garment and receives a demerit. … Continue reading Uniform policy needs consistent enforcement