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  • Your Turn: Discipline in Schools

    Your Turn: Discipline in Schools

    Bourgoyne was one of hundreds of people who commented on our Facebook page this week in reaction to the story about the four-year-old Houma girl who died after being mauled by the family dog.More >>
    Roberts was one of many people who posted on our Facebook page this week in the response the 9News I-Team investigation into the threats facing teachers in East Baton Rouge schools.More >>
  • Our Turn: April 22 - BRAVE

    Our Turn: April 22 - BRAVE

    Last week's first annual "Teen Talk" event at Capital High School showed us again how hard the folks at the BRAVE Project are working to try to connect with young people in Baton Rouge. This local lawMore >>
    Last week's first annual "Teen Talk" event at Capital High School showed us again how hard the folks at the BRAVE Project are working to try to connect with young people in Baton Rouge. This local lawMore >>
  • Your Turn: Common Core

    Your Turn: Common Core

    Bourgoyne was one of hundreds of people who commented on our Facebook page this week in reaction to the story about the four-year-old Houma girl who died after being mauled by the family dog.More >>
    We received several hundred comments in response to our commentary this week about the Common Core curriculum.More >>
  • Our Turn-Your Turn: Common Core

    Our Turn-Your Turn: Common Core

    Bourgoyne was one of hundreds of people who commented on our Facebook page this week in reaction to the story about the four-year-old Houma girl who died after being mauled by the family dog.More >>
    Four years ago, Governor Bobby Jindal supported Common Core. Now, he's considering an executive order to remove Louisiana from a national school testing program if the legislature fails to take action.More >>
  • Our Turn: April 8, 2014

    Our Turn: March 14, 2014

    At this point, let's just concede that a lot of Americans don't really care about the extramarital infidelities of our elected leaders.More >>
    At this point, let's just concede that a lot of Americans don't really care about the extramarital infidelities of our elected leaders.More >>
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