Does the #MeToo movement add any insurmountable challenges on Valentine’s Day? Several student features show the way.
Many students are writing about dating and sexual relationships, including improper ones, and some of the reading is heartbreaking.
President Trump’s address didn’t really mention education, but he did bring up immigration. He wants a wall and a path to citizenship.
Sexual assault stats are bad in US high schools, and high school girls are even less likely to report it than older women.
Incidents like Aziz Ansari’s bad date or coercion, whatever it may have been, underscore the need for better sex ed in US schools.
We have seen, now, thanks to the national paper of record, how a movement can be pushed way too far, leading to its downfall.
Racial integration (& school desegregation) have a long history in the US; the #MeToo movement is just starting up by comparison.
To celebrate World Language Week, we note that about 100 French women signed a letter about #MeToo, saying that it has gone too far.
The #MeToo movement isn’t over yet, not by a long shot. Everywhere, including in high schools, women and men are just starting to get it.
Even with the #MeToo movement, women (and high school girls) have a long way to go before actual equality can be achieved.