Urban High School Debate Programs Highlight a Better Way to Learn in City Schools

By Ulrich Boser, U.S. News

In a small classroom, Keoni Scott-Reid provided his opening statement. Scott-Reid had been assigned to argue against mass surveillance programs in an Urban Debate League tournament in Washington, D.C., and standing in the front of the room, wearing jeans and a sweatshirt, he spoke in rat-tat-tat bursts like a teenage cattle auctioneer. Continue reading at U.S. News