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How Students Would Handle Education Reform, School Lunches And Bullying

First Posted: 04/14/11 09:54 PM ET   Updated: 06/14/11 06:12 AM ET

At HuffPost Education, teachers, politicians, superintendents, principals and parents weigh in daily with their opinions on controversial issues, from value-added assessment to bans on school lunches.

But how would students approach these hot-button topics? We rounded up their ideas from sites across the Web on what they would do differently, if they were to take over as principal for a day.

Here's how schools would look if students were at the helm:

On School Lunches
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"The three changes I would make in my school to fill in during my principal's absence would be -- Lunch: I would make lunch free with better food; I would give kids the last 5 minutes of class for social talk; I would try and improve all teaching skills." -- TA
"The three changes I would make in my school to fill in during my principal's absence would be -- Lunch: I would make lunch free with better food; I would give kids the last 5 minutes of class for social talk; I would try and improve all teaching skills." -- TA
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