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  • Education At Every Chance
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    What Women Could Have Been? At the start of the 1900's women's separation was seen at every turn. In fact it was a long road of change that many females faced and many tried to persevere. It was impossible for these women to break down these walls and barriers. For if they had accomplished female change in America the roles of females would have been much more different in society today. For these women I see a future full of opportunity, had women been successful in their push to vote, their ne...
  • Classical Greek Ideal
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    ... hall elaborate in more detail. A couple of examples of women's literacy come from two places; poetry and the ability to sign one's own marriage contract. We know of female poets in Classical Greece but now in Egypt with the new amounts of papyri women's works remained intact as proof of their literacy. But the important part is that of women being able to sign their marriage contracts. Education became available to women in this period as well. Hipparch ia, one of the first female Cynical ph...
  • Health Education
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    I chose to interview Diane Bischoff, a health education consultant for the Peoria Health Department. Diane has been working for the health department for 10 years and loves what she does. Diane graduated from Illinois State University with a degree in community health and a minor in nutrition. With that she started working for a small health club in Bloomington, IL. Her job specifications included providing advice for the members in areas of healthy eating, disease prevention and stress manageme...
  • Education L
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    Factual Information) Submitted By: Michael PilieciSubmitted To: Mr. Rogan Due Date Friday, November 3/00-Discrimination against the Italians In 1963 In 1963 I immigrated to Canada with my family, I was 13 years old. My family consisted of 5 brothers and a sister. We emigrated from a small town in the southern part of Italy called San Nicola. I was the third youngest, or the middle child. One of the major problems that I encountered when moving to Canada was the language. It was difficult for me ...
  • People With A Liberal Arts Education
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    During a time when unemployment is at its lowest since World War II, one would think that finding a job would be easy. However, at this point in time, applicants for jobs are more qualified than ever. The competition for well-paid jobs is stiff, and in order to get ahead people need not only skill in one certain area, but a general intelligence of many subjects as well. A liberal education provides the general knowledge that gives job applicants an extra edge when applying for a job. With a base...
  • Programs I.T. Education In The Philippines Needs
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    What is Information Technology? Information technology or I.T. is a development that makes our lives easier. It makes it possible for us to see the world in a different manner. It also brings change in the way we live. James Martin, the author of The Wind Society said, "Most of the changes are changes for the better: better education, better news media, better forms of human communication, better entertainment, better medical responses, less pollution, less human drudgery. Less use of petroleum,...
  • Women's Hard Work And Degrees
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    In this country, one of the most common types of discrimination is based on gender. Throughout history there has never been a time or place where women enjoyed complete equality with men. As Belle S. Spafford confirms, "Since ancient times women have been considered men's inferiors-physically, morally, and intellectually" (8). Has a woman ever been able to share the same rights or even earn the same wages as men without working twice as hard? Although the current situations concerning this contr...
  • Credentialism The Term In Canada For Education
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    The purpose of post- secondary schooling: Credentialism "Credentialism- the term in Canada for education to be values as qualifications for jobs rather than for the knowledge and skills it provides". (Holloway, 2003. pg. 500). Increasingly in Canada, education is valued for job training rather than for its intrinsic interests. Canadians perceive the purpose of post -secondary schooling to be credentialism because: it leads to successful employment, creates prestige of being highly educated, and ...

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