What age of students are you considering? There are two
periodical publications which publish young people's writing; I
believe they are for high school level, and perhaps also
undergraduate university. One is called "In to print" or "Into Print" or
maybe even "In 2 Print" and the other is "The Claremont Review."
I'm not sure, but I think they are Canadian publications. These
might have something.
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> Hi, everybody. Could any one give me some references for published students'
> writing samples, for instance, essays by winners of the Scholastic Writing
> Awards? I am planning a contrastive genre analysis: writing by North
> American students and writing by students in China. I have some collections
> of Chinese students' writing in Chinese, but haven't been successful to find
> any in English. Thank you!
> --Hongxing Qi
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