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  • Respect Adult Education Some Working Class People
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    Inequalities exist an all aspects of life. The nature and result of such inequalities shapes our social as well as economic lives. As people progress through their educational life certain inequalities will result in different outcomes of schooling for different sets of people. 'In post war Britain pupils from a working class background are constantly found to gain fewer academic qualifications, to be under represented in institutions of higher education and to end up in jobs offering little opp...
  • Ideas Of Cyberschools And E Teachers
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    Home Schooling's Net Effects Washington Post (online) 07/16/00 The article found in the Washington Post on July 16, 2000, addresses the role of the Internet in aiding home schooling. The Internet is revolutionizing the growing home-schooling movement. The Internet makes home-schooling a more popular option because of its vast capabilities. It is a key tool in education, serving as a teacher, textbook, and even a library. The concept of home schooling is not new, however, the ideas of cyberschool...
  • Main Building
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    Creative Writing: The First Day By: Sarah Johns It was a bright sunny day, the sky was a soft shade of blue and there was a slight breeze in the air. I stepped out of my moms red shiny CRX as she said 'Good Luck' to me. I forced up a weak smile as I shoved the door, and it made a woos h noise as it closed. I took a deep breathe and started walking towards the man entrance. I thought to myself, 'Why does the school have all the buildings separated?' I slowly walked forward as I started looking at...
  • Class
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    According to the syllabus, this course is to addresses how an effective oral presentation is developed and delivered and to help students acquire strategies for overcoming speaker's anxiety and gaining confidence. Personally, I was very impressed on the first night of class, as the instructor had a different spin on conducting the class. I found it quite unusual but interesting to start the class off drawing a pictures and putting your dream, goals and visions on paper. My first thoughts were; w...
  • Disparity And Discrimination
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    Disparity and Discrimination Discrimination is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as "The action of discriminating; the perceiving, noting, or making a distinction or difference between things; a distinction (made with the mind, or in action) ". Discrimination has existed both in the United States and throughout the world for as long as records have been kept. In fact, it was religious persecution (discrimination) that led the first colonists to our shores. Within 75 years of their arrival...
  • Worst Rule At Merced High School
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    Satire As Charles Dixon walked in his office he was thinking about what other fun things he should do to punish the students at good ole Merced High. As you could see Mr. Dixon is the commander, leader, or just as we call it today, a principal. After the war that happen between the students and the staff there as been a lot more strictness to the school rules. Ever since I left this school its basically been more like a public military school. Your probably wondering why I'm not at Merced High S...
  • Just To Busy Thinking About Cindy
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    THE LOVE STORY BY ELI WHATLEY INTRODUCTION I've never been one for "Love Stories", but this one touched me in a BIG way. It happened to a friend of mine and I'll never forget the way that it changed him. For as long as I knew Sebastian he had always liked the women folk. He never, ever went through the cootie stage. I remember when he turned five years old that he bawled his eye's out because he couldn't marry a girl whom at the time was probably twelve. That was all he wanted. He changed though...
  • Sean Studies Hours
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    Envision a dead-silent murky room with nothing to eye at aside from papers. Plentiful papers scattered about the room. With every tick of the clock, your eyelids descend further down; your palm is fiery like lava oozing down a recently erupted volcano, yet your fingertips are as frigid as the glacial lands of Antarctica. Even under these harsh conditions, you must still focus on the task at hand, studying for finals. These are the obstacles confronting Sean Wallace in his quest for academic exce...

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