Updated: Nov 12, 2020
By: Kaicie Boeglin
Admits the closure of the Henry Barnard School, a budget decrease, and layoffs comes a new issue. The processes by which students are to access programs, which one would typically have in a classroom, is bringing about more harm than good. How are students to prove they are truly dedicated to their work if they cannot access it? How can students meet deadlines when the program needed is not readily available? Lastly, why should students be forced into buying laptops and software to do projects that would normally otherwise be done in class alongside the teacher?
After paying off college tuition out of pocket, I