• Burden on Students Carrying School Bags
    Many people will still remember the speech that R.K. Narayan, the famous novelist, had made in the parliament. He said that his heart bled whenever he saw young boys and girls going to school laden with books which they could hardly carry. This burden did not improve their minds; it only made them h
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  • Effects of Dependence on Psychotropic Drugs on Students’ Attitude in School
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  • Primary School Capers
    It seems so long ago now, since the mischievous days of mid-primary school. Since the days I never did homework, and was ever so surreptitious to avoid getting caught – well trying to anyway. And the days when my little ploys of "forgetting" to have done homework, were discovered in the most humili
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  • Bags Manufacturing and Sustainable Development
    Bags Manufacturing and Sustainable Development Ⅰ. Introduction With the increase of people’s living standard, the bags manufacturing industry has developed quickly in recent years to achieve people’s demands for various types of bags. The bags manufacturing industry has a wide range now.
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  • An Ideal School
    School life is one of the most important parts of our life. I t is a place where we achieve knowledge about the whole world. Not only that, we also learn how to socialize with all sorts of people, know how to speak for ones right, distinguish about manners and learn to be the part of a certain group
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  • Role of School
    Role of a school is to develop raw child to perfect. But present system implication in poor and developing countries is that perfect (high marks) child is given opportunity to get enrolled to good schools or collages and if the child is less than the expectations is asked to seek T.C (I call removal
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  • Chinese Bags
    1. Summary This case features the story of a Chinese firm Bags of Luck (BOL) located in a small coastal town, Xiao Min Nan (XMN), in South Eastern Fujian province, People’s Republic of China. BoL was set up as a partnership business between two brothers, Alfie and Ben Zhang in 2000 along their
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  • Out of the School Youth
    OUT OF SCHOOL YOUTH: A RISING DILEMMA IN BARANGAY POBLACION 3 TANAUAN CITY, BATANGAS PROJECT CITIZEN DOCUMENTATION SECTION THE PROBLEM: Out of School Youth in Barangay Poblacion 3, Tanauan City Batangas Out-of-school youth has been a problem not only in the Barangay but in our country as
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  • Personal Devices in School
    With modern day technology increasing, is it not a great idea to introduce laptops to further enhance the school curriculum? There is much controversy regarding students use of personal laptops at school. I do believe, however, that those who choose to take advantage of personal laptops responsibly
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  • Sights and Sounds on Your Way to School
    Sights and Sounds on Your Way to School A cool breeze brushed against my face as I stepped out of the house. Inhaling a deep breath, I could smell the fresh misty air of yet another day. It smelled of minty toothpaste and perfectly ironed crisp white uniforms. I looked out to the view, a frown
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  • All school children should wear uniforms
    I suppose I’m a farmer prude, but I think the way children dress these days is sad.  I’ve seen first graders that look like little hookers.  Teenage girls that look like professional hookers.  Boys that let their butts hang out over the back of their jeans – what is that message?  (I can’t...
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  • The Columbine High School Shootings:
    Every major spectacle carries with it the potential of a new way of looking at the past and implications of a future. Usually within a brief period after the event, a consensual "explanation" is fashioned through the news media and by the political pundits who occupy much of the space and time dedic
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  • Cracking the Burden of Brilliance:
    Jack Gallivan Advertising Literacy 11/12/07 Cracking the Burden of Brilliance: Made To Stick Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die My experience at Southern Methodist University, specifically in the advertising realm, has been pledged by a constant search to produce clever ideas that
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  • Student in High School Teaching Education
    COMMERCE Higher Secondary - First Year Untouchability is a Sin Untouchability is a Crime Untouchability is Inhuman TAMILNADU TEXT BOOK CORPORATION College Road, Chennai-600 006 C Government of Tamilnadu First Edition - 2004 CHAIRPERSON Prof. G. ELUMALAI Head, Post Graduate Department of commerce
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  • Implementations of Electronic Gadget by Malaysian Government in Teaching and Learning Procedure in Government Primary School
    1.0 Introduction This chapter discusses about the research background, statement of problem, purpose of the study, objectives of the study, research questions, significance of the study, scope of study and limitation of the study. 1.1 Background of the Study Technology in education can be
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  • plastic bags
    My New Year's Resolution is to say no to plastic bags!   Plastic bags should be banned from grocery stores. I often go to the store and buy 1 or 2 items and I am given so many bags. I feel that we have become an extremely wasteful society. If we could just say no to plastic bags we would...
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  • Hazing a Benefit or Burden
    Hazing: A Benefit or Burden The concept of hazing has long since been a source of debate, yet it has also served as a means of training designed to save lives. Hazing has been around almost as long as mankind but its formal introduction became most apparent in the military. Hazing is use
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  • How Do in and Out of School Fa
    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
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  • School Uniform
    School UniformThroughout the Japan, numerous school boards have been attempting to standardize the clothing that students wear. The school superintendents who are in favor of uniforms will argue that the children who wear them will experience many benefits. I disagree with this idea. I feel that the
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  • School Uniforms
    A group of small boys and girls all warring the same colored uniforms assembled in front of a catholic school is what I imagine when thinking about school uniforms. This is probably what most people imagine. They have been attached to students of European and private schools. Such pictures of studen
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