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March 31st, 2013
06:38 PM ET

The Impact of Cheating

Investigators say adults are the culprits in a major cheating scandal in Atlanta’s public school system. Dozens of teachers and administrators have been charged in connection with the scandal. You can get the details in Monday’s program.

We’re curious about your thoughts on this story. What do you think the impact might be for students, teachers and the community?

John Martin, CNNSN Writer


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March 27th, 2013
06:52 PM ET

Shutting Down during Takeoff and Landing

When I flew out to the Student Television Network convention a few weeks ago, I remember the flight attendants telling us to turn off all electronics during takeoff and landing.  (We could turn 'em back on when we'd reached 10,000 feet.)  Most airlines have this rule, but the FAA is considering whether it's needed.

On Thursday, you'll hear some arguments for keeping the rule in place - and some for getting rid of it.  Where do you stand?

Carl Azuz, Anchor


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March 26th, 2013
04:57 PM ET

Worth the Weight?

An economics professor came up with an idea to save on jet fuel and potentially reduce pollution. He says those are affected by the total weight of a plane, and a big part of that comes from passengers and their luggage. His idea: the more you and your luggage weigh, the more you should pay.

What do you think? Will his idea fly? Tell us in the comments below.

John Martin, CNNSN Writer


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March 21st, 2013
06:28 PM ET

Elvis, The Beatles, and Music for the Ages

Which is it?
Just because I'm reporting on a significant Beatles anniversary on Friday doesn't mean I'd pick them over the king of rock 'n' roll (I wouldn't).

But whether you're an Elvis or Beatles fan, what's amazing is that people are still talking about them decades after they stopped recording music.  Is there an artist today that you think will stand the test of time?  Or do you think that 50 years from now, most of today's music stars will be forgotten?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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March 20th, 2013
06:40 PM ET

What an Education Means

Malala Yousafzai risked her life to get an education in Pakistan, which might seem strange if you've heard news reports about the number of dropouts in America.  But in some parts of the world, an education is not guaranteed for all people, and that's something that Malala wants to change.

What does getting an education mean to you?  Is it a priority in your life, or are you just going through the motions?

Carl Azuz, Anchor


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March 13th, 2013
07:07 PM ET

What You'd Bring Along

For one man, it was the keys to his Damascus apartment.  Another brought his mobile phone for the photos and voicemails on it.  A Syrian woman brought her diploma, a reminder of the education she plans to continue.

These are what Syrian refugees took with them as they left their homes during their country's civil war.  Some things have symbolic value; some have sentimental value; some have monetary value.

What's something you'd never leave behind?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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March 11th, 2013
06:49 PM ET

Car Crashes in the News

When there's a news story about a car crash involving teenagers, do you think it affects the way that other teens drive?  Or is this the sort of thing they ignore, thinking accidents only happen to other people?

Carl Azuz, Anchor


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March 10th, 2013
07:00 PM ET

A Chat with a Champ!

Danielle Coughlin is a high school senior in Massachusetts who recently made history as the state’s first female wrestling champion. Watch Monday’s show to hear her story and then, if you have a question to ask her, you can do it right here.

We’re going to talk to Danielle soon and maybe she’ll answer your question.

Tomeka Jones, CNN Student News

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March 3rd, 2013
06:30 PM ET

Breaking the Gender Barrier

What is your opinion about women competing in traditionally male-dominated sports?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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