Hands-on learning strengthens science education

By Aakash Jain ’14 THE ROUNDUP Nearly 25 percent of American parents say their children’s schools do not emphasize science enough, according to a December 2013 NPR article. Last year’s Program for International Student Assessment study indicated that the United States ranks 28th globally in science education. These statistics are troubling, especially considering that U.S. students […]

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Students perceive other classes, age groups in different lights

By Julian De Ocampo ’13

Four grade levels combine to form the Brophy student body, but it isn’t too difficult to notice gossip and an air of rivalry between the classes.

Each year, students bring up a number of questions regarding each grade level.

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