"...what Gilman needs is a panoptic business course which covers the broad scope of disciplines within the field."
Now, rather than selecting underclassmen, a different advisory is chosen each week. This has left some older students feeling cheated after years of anticipation for the privileges and freedoms of being an upperclassmen.
As part of the curriculum, Mr. Brooks taught keystones of statistics such as normalization and linear regression and took the first unit to enrich his students on the deep history of baseball.
Although the average high-school size in Maryland—1,161 students— vastly outnumbers Gilman’s spike in enrollment, our school has had to adjust to an influx in students.
I think it would be very enjoyable if Two teachers had completely different opinions and battled it out to win the audience. I think a strong conflict would make the audience more active.