The NSDA updated its Code of Honor in December 2020. Inside, President Pam Cady Wycoff reflects on the rationale for adopting these revisions and the importance of embracing the code within our community. We also share our compilation of online resources for enhancing critical classroom conversations. Check out part three of our series on promoting opportunities for persons with disabilities in the speech and debate community. Alum Tom Llamas shares his insights on how speech and debate helps him in his career as a broadcast journalist. Alum Serene Singh tells us how this activity put her on the path to success in winning the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.
Volume 95, Issue 3 (52 pages)
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Rostrum shares best practices, resources, and opportunities that connect, support, and inspire a diverse community committed to empowering students through competitive speech and debate.