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    by Dianne Anderson For students who love music, the beat may prove a quicker study than what they’ve been missing in traditional classes or textbooks. To the 120 students of CHORDS Enrichment Program, words and music are almost the same. “A lot of kids don’t know how to write an essay, but if you tell ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Middle school is a vulnerable time, an age when self-esteem either takes off toward a high point, or takes kids down the wrong road. An upcoming conference for students 11-18 breaks out an itinerary almost like the way grownups do it.  They’ll have continual workshops in a collegiate setting, light breakfast and ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Along with hundreds of thousands of other American students, San Bernardino is uniting for change in gun laws, and to remember so many students that have lost their lives on campuses across America. On Friday, April 20, the 19th anniversary of the Columbine massacre, students will take to the podiums to pressure ...