The New York City mayor’s office has drawn fire for a campaign against teenage pregnancy that features a series of posters the office says sends a “strong message” directly to teenagers about the “extremely negative, life-altering” consequences of having a baby too young.

Opponents, however, say that “hurting and shaming” is counterproductive, that changing behavior is more complicated than this, and that teenagers need to be heard and supported rather than shamed.

What do you think of the poster campaign?  Will it work?  What approach works best to motivate teenagers to change behaviors — whether around drugs and alcohol, work habits, relationships or anything else?
Standardized tests determine whether students get into college, whether they get promoted to the next grade level and whether schools are doing a good job of teaching students. Can one test or series of standardized tests really determine how smart a student is or how well a school is doing?  This is NOT an opinion question.  You need to find an article that supports your answer!

CES is the Consumer Electronics Show. It is a trade show where the biggest tech news of the year used to be announced...but not so much anymore. At any rate, this article highlights Wired's "Best in Show" gadgets from the 2013 CES. I want you to take a peek through it and let me know which you think is the most interesting to you and tell me why.  Remember to use correct grammar and give me at least a paragraph of content to get full credit.