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March 2019 Issue: Against the norm

Conformist nature of education system makes it hard for creativity to flourish

Lanie Sanders

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March 2019 Issue: Against the norm

Isaiah Salin and Kana Chung

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This month’s conformity issue highlights the issues of school learning and the new learning styles that emerge from these problems. In Discover, the individuality and intelligence in the school environment is often overlooked by the conformist nature of the school system. In Feature, the issue of prom prices is solved by the Cinderella project. In Move, future scholarship receivers were asked about their college careers and futures. In Voice, the idea of stereotypes and conformism is argued further.

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