December 16th, 2009
07:26 PM ET

Who's YOUR Person of the Year?

TIME magazine has been choosing a "Person of the Year" since 1927, when aviator Charles Lindbergh appeared on the cover.  In the past, the company has defined its choice as "the person who most affected the events of the year."  And this time around, the  magazine picked Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke for his work on the U.S. economy.

Who's YOUR person of the year, and what is your choice based on?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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December 13th, 2009
07:10 PM ET

Tiger Woods

In Monday's show, we're telling you what happened concerning the pro golfer.  We're curious:  Do you think this will impact his career?  How about the sport of golf in general?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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December 9th, 2009
10:17 PM ET

Separate Classrooms

What seems to be working at a middle school in Virginia - separate classrooms for guys and girls - may not be for everyone.  I'd like to hear whether you students in co-ed classrooms think you'd do better or worse if you were divided by gender.  And if you're already in a class that is, tell us how it's working out for you.

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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December 8th, 2009
07:40 PM ET

Ask the Secretary of Education

What would you ask the Secretary of Education if you could?

CNN Senior White House Correspondent Ed Henry will be interviewing Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, so teachers and students, here's your chance:  Write your questions here and we'll pass them on.  You may hear one of yours answered in an upcoming CNN Student News.  Fire away!

Donna Krache, Executive Producer

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December 6th, 2009
05:42 PM ET

Football: A Girl's Dream

Is football only a sport for guys?

She's 13; she's played peewee football for eight years; she wanted (and got) a spot on the high school football squad.  And she's a running back, which means she'll be taking some hits.

Guys:  What would it be like to play alongside Carol Ray?

Gals:  What would it be like to play on a guys' team?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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December 2nd, 2009
10:00 PM ET

Truancy and Punishment

Anyone you know who's skipped school has probably given you a number of reasons for why he or she did it.  The challenge that faces so many schools across the country is keeping students from skipping - even when their parents don't.  And the answer at a district in Wisconsin is to punish some of the parents who don't do their part to keep students in class.

The fine:  $366.  But it is possible for parents to get out of paying that if they show up at "truancy court" and work out an agreement with the judge.  (And if they don't show up, the consequences can be worse.)

I've heard a lot of people say parents are to blame when a student has a problem with skipping.  Do you think the Wisconsin district's plan would help solve the problem?  If not, what would?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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December 1st, 2009
09:51 PM ET

Afghanistan Troop Increase

Do you agree with the president's decision to send more troops to Afghanistan?

The decision has been made: President Obama is sending 30,000 more U.S. troops to Afghanistan. In the days ahead, you're going to hear reasons for the decision and arguments against it. But right now, we're interested to hear where you stand on it.

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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