• Knowedge: Live It or Learn It
    in fine education. Albert Einstein said, “Education is what remains when one has forgotten all that he learned in school.” But if we had experienced education and made them glorious memories to be remembered then what we learned in school wouldn’t be so easily forgotten. What we are taught and what...
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  • Why Algebra?
    Why Do We Teach Algebra? Until recent history, mathematics had not been taught to the general population. Only those who were rich, powerful, and/or politically connected were given the opportunity to study math beyond basic counting operations. Many of my junior high students are excited...
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  • English
    the world famous universities be it Oxford, Cambridge or Harvard. As far as the education of the mass is concerned, we are proceeding at a good pace, yet we can do better. In addition, as the English language has been established throughout the globe when the British Empire was at its zenith, the...
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  • The Value of a College Education
    employees. It has been said that an education is what remains when we have forgotten all that we have been taught (Sir George Savile, Lord Halifax (1633-1695). It has been my experience that every opportunity to gain knowledge in any new endeavors, whether they are personal or business related, is...
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  • Effective Sexual Education
    Barbara Miner. Although few schools in the United States teach sex education at all, the ones who do have been mostly teaching abstinence. The government has put billions of dollars into abstinence-only education since President Bill Clinton was in office. These federal and state funded programs...
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  • Holocaust and How It Brought Sadness
    malicious evil to continue. No longer can we remain a nation of ignorance. It is up to each of us to carry the torch of remembrance, for that is the key to never allowing something like the Holocaust to happen again. The survivors of the Holocaust have almost all died now, but their words can...
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  • The Immigration Crisis
    were taken care of and come infested in hopes of being cured in America, and end up spreading diseases. However, what we have forgotten is this is a vicious cycle. What do you think happened when the first Americans settled here? Didn't the Europeans spread around their diseases to the truest...
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  • where the mind is without fear
    the tree, if Newton hadn't questioned as to why the apple fell on his head, we would not have been able to invent the plane. In school, where most of us received our education, we learnt to cram things without delving deep into them. All of us were taught in school that it was Nathuram Godse who...
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  • Education
    start babbling over it, and you get a dogma from hearsay. Not only our planet but the whole universe has become accessible. Now we have good and learned teachers to impart us with knowledge of what they know. Every one is a master in his field. We and our children are getting taught by professionals...
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  • Lovely Eggs
    Maintenance, wondered, just what in the hell is quality. . . in anything? He went crazy trying to find out, as any sane man would. And Pirsig was also a teacher. The most important victim of education, as so many have said, is creativity. Students are taught to be performers rather than true thinkers...
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  • Education
    not signify the things we mug up before appearing for an examination. Education is what remains behind, when we fail to remember the mugged up portion. After we have left school, we realize that although we have forgotten quite a few things we learnt but still retain a very large part of it. The...
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  • The Civil Rights Movement
    awareness. There is a lack of black history awareness because lack of parental involvement. It has been said that you do not know where you are going if you cannot appreciate where you come from or where you have been. Today Black History is taught in schools, sometimes all throughout the year and...
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  • The person who made my life today.
    heart would have to feel like someone just grabbing your heart and ripping it out right in front of you. Now when I look back at all of the times we had I feel so very bad that we could of so many other good times than the ones that we had. The times that I had just felt like I didn’t care if I...
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  • Theme Paper on Vedic Mathematics
    school, while doing some research for a project, that I came across the subject of Vedic Mathematics. I was immediately amazed by the concept. Here was a method of learning, which was not only much faster than the conventional methods which we have been taught, but has originated in India itself and...
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  • English imperialism
     OF 4 109 14. Problems of Education in Pakistan Ratings:  0|Views: 47,293|Likes: 129 Published by murtazee See More   PROBLEMS OF EDUCATION IN PAKISTANIntroduction1 here was a time, when India sub-continent was noted all over the world as a gloriouscentre of education and culture where...
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  • Ib Written Task 1 English: the Handmaid's Tale
    Offred written by Offred’s daughter thirteen years after they were separated : Dear Mother, I hope you are well. Though we have been parted when I was at the mere age of five, I have always kept you deep in my heart; keeping me from going cuckoos like the many who had grown up with me. Day by day...
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  • Endangered Languages Must Be Saved
    Zealand, for example have established an organisation to research and promote their language. They have schools and even a university where the language of instruction is Maori and where all textbooks and teaching materials are in Maori. The benefits to the Maori community have been enormous, measured...
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  • Race
    racial slurs in the halls. Since I did not have an education, it was difficult for me to keep up with the classroom work and conversation. I was laughed at, made fun of and set apart from the rest of the students. People called me a dumb nigger. My father taught us from a young age to ignore what other...
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  • Autobiography About Myself
    . Proudness: I feel very much proud to be a Muslim. And also I feel very much proud that Allah gave me such a family who loves me, adores me, take cares of me. I feel proud of all the institution from where I had taken my education earlier. Conclution : Half of my age is gone. What I have...
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  • Today,s Educational Experience Or Lack Of Experience
    style of education does little to nothing for me, I remember very little of what I have supposedly been taught in my previous educational endeavors and that is depressingly regrettable. But like many I still return to school time and time again in the hopes that maybe just maybe this time won’t be a...
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