If Football Is So Dangerous to Players, Should We Be Watching It?
Should There Be Stricter Rules About How Coaches Treat Their Players?
Are the Web Filters at Your School Too Restrictive? Does Technology in the Classroom Ever Get in the Way of Learning? Should Tablet Computers Become the Primary Way Students Learn in Class?
Should There Be More Educational Video Games in School? Is Online Learning as Good as Face-to-Face Learning? How Would You Feel About a Computer Grading Your Essays?
Each question comes from our daily Student Opinion feature, and each provides links to free Times resources for finding more information.
And for even more in-depth student discussions on pressing issues like immigration, guns, climate change and race, please visit our fall 2016 Civil Conversation Challenge.
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Do You Spend Too Much Time on Smartphones Playing ‘Stupid Games’?
Or Is it Just Another Excuse for People to Stare at Their Phones? Are Digital Photographs Too Plentiful to Be Meaningful?