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  • Events At Columbine High School
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    The Trench coat Mafia Opinion MANY FACTORS CAUSED OUTBURST OF VIOLENCE There is no single factor that caused the outburst of violence on 20th April 1999, in Littleton, Colorado. Blaming a single factor as the cause of the Columbine High School massacre is as ludicrous as a nation blaming an economic crisis on one person alone. There were many contributing factors that led to this massacre, and with that, an array of warning signs, all of which were ignored by most people. If people were searchin...
  • Students Of The School
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    An architect named Walter Gropius founded the Bauhaus in 1919 in Weimar, Germany. Gropius' main objective of the school was to use each student's creativity to change industrial and architectural ideas by integrating, into them, visual art. The Bauhaus sought to change the ideas of the industrial society that began in the beginning of the century. In the early Bauhaus, painters like Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky joined the school to teach advanced ideas of form, color and space. Klee's work us...
  • Projects As The Legal Street Art Programme
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    The Graffiti Exposure in Wynnum Is it a work of art; or a piece of scrawl sprayed across some bare surface? Ladies and Gentlemen, should Wynnum be exposed to Graffiti? Firstly, I would like to ask you. What is the cost to the government to 'coverup' this unwanted advertisement? One recent attack placed a school approximately $4000 out of pocket. Further more, over the last twelve months, my school has experienced nine attempts at destroying the a sthetic appeal of the buildings within. I could a...
  • Leadership Processes In Schools
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    The heart of leadership has to do with what a person believes, values, dreams about, and is committed to. - Sergiovanni Summary Target Audience of the Book: According to the author in the introduction of the book, this work was basically intended to serve as a guide for developing moral leadership in schools geared toward superintendents, supervisors, principals, and any other persons at the upper levels of school management. The author's design was to provoke thoughts and raise questions in the...
  • Native Children For Their Own Good
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    ' Democracy and its attempts to change people are often simply a nice way for the majority to oppress a minority, by attempting to change them for their own good. When thinking of this question, bad examples of attempts by a democracy to change and or alter its citizens, or dependants often come to mind. The residential school system in Canada was a way for the Canadian government to try to quietly transform and alter the Native segment of the Canadian population. Community based theories in phi...
  • Schools And Communities
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    In today's society I find that with every passing day things appear even more chaotic and outrageous than the day before. Not one day am I able to go home and look at the newspaper, read a magazine or watch the news without seeing some senseless act of violence that has devastated a community or nation. These deeds of horror have filtered down to our youth, and it is no longer safe to send your children to school or allow them to play on the playground. Not too long ago I was watching the news, ...

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