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Special Education Program

Rinesa Kabashi staff writer V27: a classroom hidden in the back of the village. Many students do not know that this is the educational hub of half of the Special Education program. The Special Education Program is split into two programs. There is the high school program and the transition program. Prime Special Education teacher […]

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As year ends, students share input on success

 Nirav Desai, cub writer Exhausted teachers enter final exams into gradebooks, anxious underclassmen endlessly refresh Jupiter Ed and aspiring college-bound seniors frame acceptance letters onto walls across Beverly Hills as the school year culminates in the annual teeter-totter between failure and success. Success, an aspect of life that garners particular significance at Beverly amid an […]

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Pop Quiz Pandemonium: Are pop quizzes really that effective?

Michelle Banayan, news editor “Okay students, clear your desks.  We are having a pop quiz!” The pop quiz: for students, it’s their worst nightmare. For teachers, it’s an age-old technique; one intended to keep their pupils on their toes and make sure they are completing all of their assignments. After all, if students are doing […]

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