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Privacy topic paperThis privacy topic paper has been submitted for consideration for the 2014-15 year for policy [more]

Resolved: On balance, students in grades 6-12 in the United States benefit when their schools offer interscholastic sports.

Resolved: On balance, students in grades 6-12 in the United States benefit when their schools offer interscholastic sports.Bibliography Planet Debate Release Introduction One of the choices that schools will have the opportunity to vote for for the September-October Public Forum topic is, Resolved: On balance, students in grades 6-12 in the United States benefit when their schools offer interscholastic sports. In order to facilitate preparation, we have started our research on this [more]

Resolved: Mass surveillance is not a justified method of governmental intelligence gathering

IPPF Planet Debate Release NSA Surveillance News Tracker Answering terrorism arguments Planet Debate Backfile: Privacy v. Societal Interests  Securitization K  Securitization K Answers Evidence from "No Place to Hide: by Glenn Greenwald Update File The Resolution Over the course of the 2013-14 academic year, this resolution was essentially debated three times. NSDA nationals L-D -- Resolved: The United States ought [more]

Bibliography: On balance, students in grades 6-12 in the United States benefit when their schools offer interscholastic sports.

Bibliography: On balance, students in grades 6-12 in the United States benefit when their schools offer interscholastic sports. Schools should not support sports The Case Against High School Sports Why the world is smarter than us Cut school sports before academic programs The value of high school sports We can’t continue to value sports over education Schools should support sports 7.6 million reasons to keep HS sports High school sports aren’t killing academics Does athletic success come at the expense of academic [more]

International Public Forum Breakout at NSDA Nationals

International Public Forum Breakout at NSDA Nationals At the NSDA national tournament this past week, 17 Public Forum teams from abroad represented their countries in the US preliminary debates, with a team from Korea advancing to the US elimination debates where they were eliminated after round 8. At the end of round 8, we held a Supplemental Event [more]


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