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FUHSD participates in Culturally Responsive Education training

FUHSD participates in Culturally Responsive Education training

Andie Liu April 2, 2021
Nine MVHS staff members take part in a 5-month-long online course with FUHSD
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The conservative minority

Rachel Jiang February 5, 2021
Exploring the extent to which education imposes the stigma surrounding conservative minorities at MVHS
California voters don’t turn out in favor of supporting public schools

California voters don’t turn out in favor of supporting public schools

Ayah Ali-Ahmad December 5, 2020
Proposition outcomes reflect differences of opinion among voters
College in COVID-19

College in COVID-19

Exploring the various ways the pandemic affects colleges and the application process
Lessons From Around the World

Lessons From Around the World

Exploring the differences in policies and systems between the U.S. and foreign countries
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Positivity Podcast Ep. 3: Thanksgiving Edition

Oishee Misra and Lakshanyaa Ganesh November 23, 2019
Displaying appreciation during the season of giving thanks
Keeping up with the news

Keeping up with the news

Stuti Upadhyay February 6, 2019

Like. Share. Retweet. Hashtag. Our generation is consumed by social media and technology, constantly updated on the newest memes and hottest clothing trends. Despite the accessibility and convenience technology...

Photoillustration by Claire Yang

Sex ed: the impact of sexual education

Claire Yang and Nate Stevens May 23, 2018
Changes in elementary and middle school sexual education spark discussion
Testing our boundaries: discussing the purpose of CAASPP testing

Testing our boundaries: discussing the purpose of CAASPP testing

Shuvi Jha March 9, 2018

n March 5 and March 6, MVHS juniors took the state-mandated California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) in which they were tested for proficiency in English Language Arts and Mathematics. For...

When Fact Becomes Fiction: reflecting on media literacy education

When Fact Becomes Fiction: reflecting on media literacy education

Shuvi Jha January 31, 2018

ccording to the statistics portal Statista, 69 percent of Americans have read or began to read a news article that they later realized was not factually correct. Coined as “fake news,” which refers...

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