• School Uniforms Students Schools Uniform
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    School Uniforms Currently in America an on going debate continues regarding a uniform policy suggested to public and private schools. This develops into a controversial issue because valid argument exist on both sides. Giving this issue much thought has lead me to believe that making school uniforms mandatory would help the school systems. School uniforms would help unruly classrooms, also students would not have to buy expensive clothes and students would not get killed over tennis shoes. Schoo...
  • Year Round School An Annual Mistake
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    Year Round School: An Annual Mistake Omar Ramos Mrs. Wilkerson English II (H) - 411 December 1996 Throughout time education has been considered a process that every so often must be improved. The education quality in the U. S. has declined over the years and people have been looking for a way to make improvements. A more recent proposal has been to go from a traditional nine month schedule to an all year program. Supporters of year round school claim it gives the student a better education. How...
  • Napster Record Companies From Shutting Down File Sharing
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    Napster is continuing to comply with the District Courts injunction and to prevent the record companies from shutting down file sharing. In the process of doing so, we have implemented a range of filters designed to remove from the Napster service all copyrighted works for which we have received notice. We have recently enhanced those filters in an effort to screen out the wide range of variations in artist name and song title that result in noticed works continuing to appear on the Napster inde...
  • Federal Judiciary Process Supreme Court
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    The Federal Judiciary System The federal Judiciary is made up of a three-tiered court system. At the bottom are the federal district courts, the middle is the appellate courts, and the top level is the Supreme Court. District courts are at the bottom of the three-tier federal court system. The district courts are the beginning for most federal cases. District courts are trial courts; the district courts hear the testimony about the facts of a case. On average district courts handle more than 25...
  • Earthquakes People Homes Sunday
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    Sean Palleschi Geology 101 News Report 11 April 16, 2002 Afghanistan Rattled Again by Qaukes, Two Dead Two people were killed and others were injured in northern district of Nahrin on Sunday in Afghanistan because of numerous tremors and earthquakes. Unfortunately, over the last three weeks, hundreds of people have died due to these horrific earthquakes. 'Pakistani seismologists said the Sunday quake measured 5. 3 on the Richter Scale, only a little less intense that the series of shallow quakes...
  • Class Size Reducing Teachers Smaller
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    In 1998, President Clinton sparked a debate when he "proposed the first national effort to reduce class size in the early grades." People who supported this proposal argued that the result of smaller classes (especially in the younger grades) would be more effective teaching and learning and higher student achievement. Critics say reducing class size is costly and that decreasing class size does not mean that teacher effectiveness will improve, and other less expensive alternatives could be used...
  • United States V Nixon President Of The United States
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    United States v. Nixon, President of the United States Throughout American history, the fear that our leaders may sometimes think themselves above the law has always been evident. The fear is that power brings corruptness. To prevent this, however, the system of checks and balances has been installed into the Constitution. No one branch of government stands above the law in this setup. This point was reasserted in the the Supreme Court case of 1974, United States v. Nixon. This case involved th...
  • John Edwards North Carolina
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    Democrat, John Edwards was born in Seneca, South Carolina in 1953. He was raised by his parents Wallace and Bobby Edwards in Robbins, North Carolina. John learned the values of hard work working alongside his father at the mill, and he developed a strong belief that all Americans deserve an equal opportunity to succeed and be heard. John was the first in his family to go to college. He attended North Carolina State University in 1974, and graduated with high honors, and then earned a law degree ...
  • Recreational Property Negligence Parking Lot
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    M E M O R A N D U MTO: FROM: DATE: RE: Cole Gershwin- Immunity for Negligence on Recreational Property I. STATEMENT OF FACTS Our Client, Mr. Cole Gershwin, is considering suit against the Chicago School District for injuries sustained as a result of tripping in a pothole. Gershwin, a teacher at Washington Elementary School, alleges that on October 10, 2000 at 12: 20 pm, he was walking from the school to the teacher's parking lot, and tripped in a pothole and fell. The walkway where Gershwin fel...
  • Sixth Amendment Demand That A Trial Be Held
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    The sixth amendment is a right to a speedy trial, which means in all criminal prosecutions the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the state and district wherein the crime shall have been committed. 2 The right to a speedy trial may be derived from a provision of Magna Carta and it was a right so interpreted by Coke 12. Much the same language was incorporated into the Virginia Declaration of Rights of 1776 and from there into the Sixth Amendment. 3...
  • Incumbents Members Of Congress
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    In recent years, there has been a push for term limits, as a means of getting "new blood" into Congress. However, at the same time that a number of states have seen referendums pass demanding term limits on local and state public officials and members of Congress, incumbent members of Congress from those same states have easily won reelection. And while the public has been pushing to limit members of the House of Representatives to no more than six terms (or twelve years in office), and members ...
  • Dual Capacity United States
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    - Employer must be acting as a third party vis-'a-vis the employee (Schmid v United States, 1987, 826 F 2 d 227- the court stated that it did not have to decide the validity of the dual capacity doctrine since the doctrine only applies if the employer was acting via-a vis the employer in manner entirely unrelated to its capacity as an employer and, in the case before the court, the injury occurred on land owned by the government, and in which the government encouraged its employees to play; thus...
  • District Manager Business Ethical Countries
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    Facilitation or Bribery? - Cultural and Ethical Disparities Each nation has a distinctive culture and consequently distinctive beliefs about what business activities are acceptable or unethical. One of the most ethical issues related to cultural differences is the question of whose values and ethical standards take precedence in negotiations and business transactions. When conducting business outside their own country, should Geletax impose their own values, ethical standards, and even laws on p...
  • Kids Club Program Children School
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    Structural Changes in the Kyrene Kids Club Program Kyrene Kids Club offers school-age children a variety of planned activities before and after school. Children have club choices that include cooking, science exploration, board games, sports, arts and crafts, and homework assistance. As stated in the brochure, "Kyrene Kids Club is a program designed to highlight children's self-awareness, cognitive expansion, physical development, creative expression and recreational pursuits." The Kyrene School...
  • Professional Service Dell Cybersettle San
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    Fulton County School system serves Fulton County, Georgia, to the north and south of Atlanta. The district includes 70 schools and supports 67, 000 students. Additionally, more than 10, 000 teachers and staff employees use the Fulton County School system's computing technologies. Every school has its own network, which is connected to the district's wide area network. The district has 20, 000 Dell OptiPlex desktops with an average of four Dell PowerEdge servers in each school. At the heart of th...
  • Phillip District Land People Port
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    In order to evaluate the truth of this statement this essay will analyze the reasons for the settlement of the Port Phillip District. In 1835 John Batman sailed from Launceston to the Port Phillip District on his ship the 'Rebecca'. He was being supported by a group of wealthy men known as the Port Phillip Association. He had come to the Port Phillip District in an attempt to purchase land from the aborigine's as well as to explore the unfamiliar territory. Whilst exploring he wrote a report on ...
  • Teacher Aids Children Work School
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    Teacher aids can be very beneficial in a classroom. A lot of the better teachers even need extra help. Having twenty children a day can sometimes be too overwhelming and a teacher may need help with the busy work like grading papers, running errands, and one on one work with the children. A teacher aid can be non teaching and just help students on their projects, listen to them read, or tutor them if they are behind in a subject. Depending on the school district teacher aids can have different r...
  • Mock Bill The High School Public Speaking Awareness Act
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    Chad Sturm 2-2-2001 PSC 105 Emery I. The High School Public Speaking Awareness Act II. Preamble Due to the presumably low public speaking skills of freshman college students all students (prior to high school graduation) will be required to take a course in public speaking. Communicating is an integral part of succeeding in today's society. Putting students into public speaking positions at an early age will give them a head-start to a more successful future. III. Proposals 1. Each high school ...
  • Round School Students Year Education
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    Throughout time, education has been considered a process that, every so often, must be improved. The education quality in the U. S. has declined over the years and people have been looking for a way to make improvements. A more recent proposal has been to go from a traditional nine- month schedule to an all year program. Supporters of year round schooling claim it better educates the student. However, the prospect of year round schooling proves disadvantageous, and nine month schooling is more ...
  • Arkansas District 4 Race For House 2001 4 2001
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    The 4 th Congressional District is historically a Democratic district. It occupies almost the entire southern geographical half of Arkansas, from the Mississippi River to the Ouachita Mountains, the Delta to Texarkana. The formal demographics consist as fallows; Area: 18, 044 sq. mi. Population: 585, 202; Voting Age 429, 638 Cities: Pine Bluff Urbanization: Rural 52%, Suburban 33%, Urban 14% Minorities: Black 27%, Hisp 1% Immigration: Born 99%, Naturalized 0%, Alien 0% Housing: Own 73%, Rent 27%...