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Making Education Achievable

Making Education Achievable

Litzy Casas, Reporter

November 1, 2018

Filed under Features

Around the country, many students hope to achieve success in whatever they pursue. Whether they seek a career in agriculture, business, law or even the medical industry, students often are stuck struggling to pay off the loans and debts. Medical students can be indecisive on what colleges to attend du...

Pros and Cons of Teen Jobs

Emily Molden, Photo Editor

May 11, 2018

Filed under Features

According to the U.S. Census, approximately one in four high school students over the age of 16 hold jobs. Having to devote time to a job outside of school can have effects on students’ academic and athletic responsibilities. “I used to have a job, but now I realize that it is too much to balance t...

Cynde Quinn

Cynde Quinn

Lillan Tram, Project Manager

December 14, 2016

Filed under Raiders of North Garland, Uncategorized

"The most rewarding thing about being a counselor is working with students who have something that you can help them with. I had a student as a freshman who came in and is dyslexic but who had never been through dyslexic training on how to deal with his dyslexia. I worked with the district on helping...

Education around the world

Connie Ho, Online Managing Editor

October 3, 2014

Filed under News

  Education systems around the world vary depending on a country’s standards. According to the National Center on Education and the Economy (NCEE), the countries with the best performing education systems are Canada, Finland, and Japan. English Language arts teacher Angela Garinger has taught English at an elementary school in Busan, South Korea and shares that a ...