DACA’s Phase Out Affects More Than 800,000

LYLLI DUONG & JESSE ROSALES STAFF WRITERS In 2012, Barack Obama began the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. This program enabled people that came to the United States before they turned 18 to be able to have their own driver’s licences, a secure job and the ability to enroll in colleges. Participants of the DACA program are referred

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Grab ‘N’ Go Proposes Faster Way to Eat Breakfast

ELIAS ALMAREZ-HERRERA JUNIOR EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Mornings for teens revolve around getting ready for his or her first class in the morning and transporting to school while still maintaining a punctual attendance. This leaves little to no time in the morning to eat breakfast. The Huffington Post reports that 28 percent of kids in America, aged 13 to 18 years old opt

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SAT & ACT Compete with SBAC in California

JESSE ROSALES STAFF WRITER An increasing number of school districts in California are offering either the SAT or ACT for free to all high school juniors. Research shows that there is a significant increase in four-year college enrollment in schools that utilize the SAT as their benchmark. 22 districts in California offered the SAT for free. Two years prior, only

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High School Dropouts March for Educational Rights

BRITTANIE NHAN & AMY PATEL STAFF WRITERS Protesting is defined as “a statement or action expressing disapproval of objection to something.” In 2016, more than 200 high school dropout students chose to voice out their disapproval with the education system by marching in the streets of Philadelphia.  These former students voiced out their opinions, in hopes of reclaiming their education.

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