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Trusted Web Sites

Scholastic (students cleaning classrooms)

NPR (students cleaning schools)

Good Housekeeping (students cleaning schools)

U.S. Department of Transportation: Federal Highway Administration (sidewalks)

Smart Growth America (sidewalks)

Education World (study hall)

The Sauk Prairie Eagle (study hall)

Code.org (coding)

Read Write (coding)

CNN (chewing gum in school)

NBC News (chewing gum in school)

Washington Post (banning homework)

Today (banning homework)

National Education Association (block scheduling)

NEA Today (block scheduling)

Washington Post (later school start times)

National Sleep Foundation (later school start times)

Boston Globe (cell phones in schools)

NEA Today (cell phones in schools)

National Council of Youth Sports  (benefits of sports)

Coeur D'Alene Press (benefits of sports clubs)

St. Louis Dispatch (sports clubs)

Let's Move (healthier school lunches)

CNN (healthier school lunches)

Boston Globe (air conditioning in schools)

New York Times (air conditioning in schools)

Edudemic (technology in school)

The Guardian (technology in school)

Northwestern Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences (technology in school)

New York Times (teens and extreme sports)

Baltimore Sun (extended school lunch)

NPR (extended school lunch)

CBS Sports (NCAA paying athletes)

NPR (NCAA paying athletes)

New York Times (NCAA paying athletes)

Coalition for the Homeless (homelessness in NYC)

New York Times (homelessness in NYC)

New York Times (dirt bikes)

Baltimore Sun (dirt bikes)

Connecticut Post (dirt bikes)

 

Subject Specific Databases

 Points of View

Points of View has a collection of Pro/Con articles and has articles on Teaching Children to Code, Junk Food in Schools, Paying College Athletes and Cell Phones in Schools.

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It will open to the Overview article - links to the Point and Counterpoint articles are to the right 

 

EBSCOhost Web: EBSCOhost Web gives you access to many databases that contain magazine, newspaper, encyclopedia and journal articles as well as book chapters.


Facts on File Databases: Try the Issues & Controversies database for debatable topics. 

 

 

 

 
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