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Laya Reddy

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A century after Einstein, is STEM education really breaking barriers?

“Co-creation environments in which everybody is a stakeholder and active participant in their education make people feel more included. Reworking the collaborative structure of precept as an opportunity to solve real-world problems and create new ideas could be a great jumping-off point for the STEM curriculum.”

“Co-creation environments in which everybody is a stakeholder and active participant in their education make people feel more included. Reworking the collaborative structure of precept as an opportunity to solve real-world problems and create new ideas could be a great jumping-off point for the STEM curriculum.”


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Making money in the concrete jungle: Prioritizing financial literacy for everyday Tigers

“When traditional schooling prioritizes core academic subjects such as math, science, languages and social sciences, it often leaves practical education such as personal finance to the wayside.”

“When traditional schooling prioritizes core academic subjects such as math, science, languages and social sciences, it often leaves practical education such as personal finance to the wayside.”


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The ‘Princeton Plague’ and its harmful effects on first-years

“The University should normalize providing open and unrestricted access to alternative learning channels to students of all abilities. Needing access to remote learning is nothing to be ashamed of.” 

“The University should normalize providing open and unrestricted access to alternative learning channels to students of all abilities. Needing access to remote learning is nothing to be ashamed of.” 


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