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High Teacher Turnover Rate Affecting Education

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High Teacher Turnover Rate Affecting Education

CINDY LUO News Editor AMBER LI Staff Writer Studies conducted nationwide from 2012 to 2014 have shown that high teacher turnover rate, the rate at which teachers quit their jobs, serves as one of the most harmful factors in education, according to Indiana Public Media. “I think that there is a lot of pressure on
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Features

MOOR VIEWPOINTS: Academically speaking, what is something you accomplished this year that you are proud of? MOOR VIEWPOINTS: Academically speaking, what is something you accomplished this year that you are proud of?

“During Poetry sophomore Out Loud this year, it felt nerve-wrecking to be standing in front of the entire class and I am accomplished for saying the words with all of my confidence without stuttering.” -Emily Lee, sophomore “My biggest accomplishment would have to be maintaining a minimum of a B average in all my classes,
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Introduction: College Readiness

JADE LIEU Features Editor Students often wonder what their status on “college readiness” is. The little-referenced ‘tracking system’ is one of the things The Moor has decided to explore into depth. The Moor Newspaper has decided to go on the hunt and venture the process and gathered a few useful tactics counselors utilize to assist
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Counselor Request

CAROLINE REN Editor-in-Chief Guidance counselors and teachers across campus work hard in order to ensure students stay on track for graduation as well as fulfill A-G requirements. At the beginning of the school year, counselors present to freshmen what these requirements are. Later, when students receive their transcripts in the spring of junior year, they
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The College Care Plan

JOSEPH NEY-JUN Staff Writer Alhambra High school ranks higher than Mark Keppel and San Gabriel High School in terms of college readiness, according to U.S. News Education. AHS has a number of resources available to help students prepare for college which contribute to that score. In the classroom, some senior English teachers teach their students
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STAFF EDITORIAL: Is Restricting Language Among Cafeteria Workers Helpful or Harmful to a School Community? STAFF EDITORIAL: Is Restricting Language Among Cafeteria Workers Helpful or Harmful to a School Community?

Discrimination has been an underlying, systemic problem since the beginning of time. Whether it involves race, gender or even age, there seems to always be a prejudice towards something in society. Language is a societal aspect that is no exception. Restricting language in public workplaces, for example, comes off as harsh and unwelcoming to the
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CROSSING THE CARO-LINE : Banned Words, Mouth Shut

CAROLINE REN Editor in Chief In November, Time magazine created a poll of “words to ban,” including the word “feminist.” While Time did apologize later after significant backlash from readers, the matter remains: why is feminism still viewed so negatively? While every movement or group that has ever existed has contained radical thinkers or extremists,
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Varsity Boys’ Basketball Team Starting Strong in Preseason Varsity Boys’ Basketball Team Starting Strong in Preseason

SIMEON LAM Sports Editor As the first semester comes to a close, the fall season has all but passed with the winter season beginning. The varsity boys’ basketball team has already begun their season, a year after losing in the first round of the CIF playoffs. Head Coach Bryan Gonzalez comes in with high expectations
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Varsity Girls’ Soccer Team Aiming For  Goal Of New Season Alongside New Coach Varsity Girls’ Soccer Team Aiming For Goal Of New Season Alongside New Coach

BRIANA THAI Staff Writer With the new season kicking in, our varsity girls’ soccer team has been working hard and kicking soccer balls on a daily basis. Coming back from an undefeated season, the girls believe they can accomplish a lot this season. Last year, the Lady Moors took first in the Almont League standings
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