speech & debate changes lives
the research says... debate
USA's National Speech & Debate Association (NSDA), a 95 year non-profit, runs the world's largest academic competitions, backed by research, rigor & 150,000 students annually. Elegant debate, encouraging collaboration & balanced perspectives, launched in India January 2020, as Rajiv Kacholia, Stanford University alumnus & U.S. State Debate Champion formed a life changing Academy for Gifted 1st-12th graders. Train for events in India and at Harvard & Stanford. Develop life skills!
NSDA Alumni include successful entrepreneurs Jeff Bezos (Amazon), Jack Dorsey (Twitter), Ted Turner (CNN), Oprah Winfrey; entertainment celebrities Brad Pitt, Stephen Colbert, Bruce Springsteen, Adam Sandler; & U.S. Presidents John F. Kennedy, Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan. Support your child's passion & growth with the research-backed benefits of debate.
“Both the consensus of the literature and... experimental findings justify the conclusion that debaters' critical thinking test scores are significantly higher than those of nondebaters."
— Research study by Dr. Joe Bellon
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HOW IT WORKS
live ZOOM online
Live Online Zoom Debate Courses to introduce skills, discuss topical content, collaborate in teams, practice debate drills, and prepare for tournaments
WHY SPEECH & DEBATE?
Debate to learn
Debate faciliates deep student learning in important interdisciplinary subjects and key global issues. Explore this site for our coaching philosophy and curriculum, breadth of competitive tournament offerings, and academic research studies on the proven, unique benefits.
Life long learning and success begins with core skills development and empowerment. Apply today for your child to train with Championship winning Coaches from the United States!
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Watch: U.S. Presidential Candidate explain - "There is no better way for students to learn powerfully important skills."