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The Importance of Studying in Pursuing Our Dreams
Why should we study? Life provides us with various things to do. As far as we, students, are concerned, our main job is definitely to study. Studying normally refers to applying the mind to a specific subject so as to get enough knowledge and understanding. Till now, studying has always been having a good impact in everybo...
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The Importance of Good Moral Values in Schools
You see an elderly person stumble and fall on the side walk from a
distance. You watch as a group of teenagers on their cellphones ignore them
and continue walking. You rush to assist them because that's what a person
with any moral value would do. Being that I was raised with morals and
immersed in them during my schooling...
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An Overview of the Center for Talent Development (CTD) at Northwestern University
Ever been singled out for being “the smart kid?” Ever wish you went to a more challenging school? The Center for Talent Development (CTD) at Northwestern University brings together gifted kids through challenging yet fun classroom activities, existing “to ensure that gifted students receive the education, encouragement, and...
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A Review of the Huffington Post on Sex Education Laws in the United States
The Huffington Post. (2014). [Maps illustrating states with outrageous sex-education laws] These Maps Show Where Kids In America Get Terrifying Sex Ed. Retrieved from Huffington Post uses five maps to depict American states that have terr...
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A Research on Cultural Bias in the Classroom and the Role of the Teacher in Equal Educatation
Cultural Bias in the Classroom Cultural Biases plays a big role when teaching other students because students will most likely respond to someone they can relate to, someone who understands their background, and someone who is accepting of individuals despite their differences. It is important to treat every student fair...
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The Structural Barriers That Puts Minorities at a Disadvantage and Prevent Educational and Economic Success in Gloria Ladson-Billings' From the Achievement Gap to the Education Debt: Understanding Achievement in U.S. Schools
In “From the Achievement Gap to the Education Debt: Understanding Achievement in U.S. Schools,” Gloria Ladson-Billings (2015) focuses on the idea that the current achievement gap across racial and ethnic cultures is deeply rooted in structural barriers that consistently put minorities at a disadvantage and prevent education...
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A Policy to Provide Broader Education of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Individuals
Purpose of Policy: The purpose of this policy is to create a more open community for students and faculty by offering a broader education of transgender and gender nonconforming individuals. The curriculum would be added to that of the health classes to provide students with a more comprehensive understanding of what it m...
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The Different Ways of Handling Bad Teachers
Regarded by students as obnoxious, by directors as troublesome, by parents as idle: “bad teachers”. An educator may be labelled such way due to different reasons, such as lack of knowledge, inefficient group management or deficient organizational skills, among others. An instructor is expected to carry out a large number of...
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The Importance of Education and the Issue of High School Dropouts in the United States
Think back to when you were younger. What did you want to be when you grew up? Most students would say a doctor, police officer or even a chef. Hardly ever would you hear a child say they want to be a high school dropout. Sadly today more students are dropping out of high school than ever before. It has been stated, “Every...
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An Examination of the University of North Carolina Scandal
University of North Carolina Scandal A once respected school has now fallen short of its prestigious reputation and now has to face several negative consequences because of the discovered scandal. The University of North Carolina opened its doors to students in 1795 as the first public university. It has multiple national...
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