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Gender imbalance in classes continues at Irvington

September 8, 2015

By Tiffany Lin and Shonushka Sawant | Staff Writers As the school year begins, some students have found that upon reaching their classrooms, a disproportionate number of males to females is present. This phenomenon happens in both advanced science and humanities classes at Irvington. Traditionally,...

Korean television network comes to observe American education system

Korean television network comes to observe American education system

November 18, 2014

By Caitlin Chen | Staff Writer We’ve all heard the various complaints about the deficiencies of the American education system: declining quality of schooling, inadequate environment, growing costs. Rarely, however, do people offer an alternative way of schooling. It seems that other countries have s...

Multiple combination classes deepen annual scheduling predicament

September 10, 2014

By Matthew Chan | Opinions Editor Lack of student interest in certain courses, shortage of available class periods, and increase of Irvington’s student population led to new combined classes at Irvington this year, including Mr. Kumar’s Physics 1 and Multivariable Calculus class, Mrs. Rothfuss’...

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