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Patria Mirabal Middle School | Patria Mirabal Middle School Find the discussion posts and comments by our students by following the links on their profile pages. A Adonis Allan Ana Angel Antonia B C D E... Added on Monday, December 8, 2014 - 15:45, with
Bronxdale High School | Find the discussion posts and comments by our students by following the links on their profile pages. A Allen Antonio Ashley Arquimedes B C Chastity Cheyenne Chris Claude D... Added on Friday, September 12, 2014 - 09:11, with
Make a Mission | A mission is a way to post an invitation for students to make something to share on Youth Voices. It can be an activity, a project, or a writing prompt. Missions can be created by teachers or... Added on Monday, July 28, 2014 - 19:03, with
YV Online Course Possibilities | A group of us have been talking about the possibility of putting together some online courses for different groups of teachers and students to collaborate on together. More background is here and we... Added on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 15:20, with
Okemos High School | Okemos High School Find the discussion posts and comments by our students by following the links on their profile pages. A Abubaker Adam Alec Alex Alex W Alexis Allyson Amanda Anna Ariana... Added on Sunday, April 20, 2014 - 13:29, with
BronxLab High School, Bronx, NY | Find the discussion posts and comments by our students by following the links on their profile pages. A Aldain Ashley B C D E F G H Harichan I J... Added on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 - 16:57, with
The Baccalaureate School for Global Education | The Baccalaureate School for Global Education Find the discussion posts and comments by our students by following the links on their profile pages. A Anthony B Beatriz Brianna C... Added on Thursday, December 5, 2013 - 15:44, with
Sample school page (template) | Your logo goes here Example (to be deleted and replaced): Find the discussion posts and comments by our students by following the links on their profile pages. A A names and links go here... Added on Monday, September 16, 2013 - 13:59, with
What are roots of feeling agency? | I grew up in a place of torrential rain showers, often followed by scorching hot sun. The results were the fossilized black remains of worms marking out a design of twists and curves baked onto the... Added on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 - 08:05, with
Thinking about Trayvon and all the others | In the past, I have thought a lot about how I might die some day, in particular how I’d prefer to die. My preference has always been that I’d just go to sleep some night and never wake up. Of the... Added on Monday, July 15, 2013 - 10:46, with 2 comment(s)
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powerful | Lorena, I really like this poem. Thank you for... 2 days 10 hours ago in response to Emmett Till poem
thanks for writing | Alex, Thanks for writing this. Your ideas... 21 weeks 1 day ago in response to Wars of Homosexuality
eating meat | Thanks for writing this, Stephanie. You make... 35 weeks 3 days ago in response to Is it right to eat animals?
thank you | Thank you for sharing this. It is, in a word,... 1 year 21 weeks ago in response to Miles (Spoken Word)
borders | I live near the Mexican border and am very... 1 year 21 weeks ago in response to Without Borders
two sides | Helena, Thank you for writing this. I was... 1 year 21 weeks ago in response to Is Technology Helping or Harming Teenagers?
world peace | Thank you for writing this, Daisy. I am intrigued... 1 year 22 weeks ago in response to Can there be a day where all over the world there's just peace between all of us?
poverty | This was a thought provoking article. Thank you... 1 year 22 weeks ago in response to Latin America: A forgotten truth
thank you | This is an incredibly beautiful and powerful poem... 1 year 22 weeks ago in response to Without Borders
I love dictionaries! | Thank you for this post. I enjoyed reading it... 1 year 22 weeks ago in response to Did you Know?