N.J. high school encourages students to become active in community

08/11/2013 | New Jersey Hills Media Group

Teachers at Ridge High School in New Jersey encourage students to voice their opinions and get involved in local organizations such as the Ridge Empowerment for Political Participation, Project Citizen and the school Ethics Club, which was formed to address cheating and student integrity. Social studies supervisor Kristin Fox said teachers want their students to become "thoughtful, reasoned and active participants in their communities."

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