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    I’m want to be a famous for English and write down in the books Rural Schools’ Environment There are many aspects about rural schools that make them less fortunate than other types of schools. The actual environment of rural schools sometimes makes it hard for their students to succeed. Poverty is the "600 pound gorilla" that is sitting on rural schools (Berliner‚ 2004). Rural schools are dependent on national and urban economics‚ and if the economy is not prospering‚ this also

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    professional school pricinple. Retrieved 08 March 13‚ 2013http://www.ajol.info/index.php/saje/article/viewFile/24995/20678 3) Christie‚P.(2001). Improving school quality in South Africa: a study of schools that have succeeded against the odds. Journal of Education ‚ 41‚45‚52 4) Hattie‚ J (2003). Teachers make a difference: what is the research eveidence

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    Life is too short for acquiring knowledge. Student life is mainly meant for studies. A student who devotes his full energy and time to his studies is a good son of his motherland. India needs mentally alert and able young men and women. It is the duty of students to acquire as much knowledge as they can during their student life. A nation of undisciplined citizens can never make any progress. Such a nation is always in danger of extinction. Indiscipline is a serious drawback of our national life

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  • Tranditional Education and Modern Education

    2012.7.25 Traditional Education and Modern Education Education has been a means of transmitting one’s culture from one generation to another. As the oldest industry‚ it is the main instrument used by society to preserve‚ maintain and upgrade its social equilibrium. A society’s future depends largely on the quality of its citizen’s education‚ so having a good educational system is very important. Traditional education and modern education is a hot topic among many people‚ especially

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    CANING AS A SOLUTION By : Luqman Rohaizat (5 Omega 2009) At first thought‚ caning may seem like an inhumane punishment for students‚ who are not yet fully matured in their thinking‚ and are still learning along the way. “It just hurts them‚ physically and emotionally‚ without doing anything else” I hear concerned parents say. But then again‚ is there a more effective way to punish and control students? Moreover‚ nowadays there seems to be a noticeable rise in disciplinary problems involving students

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  • Education Assistant's Role in Education

    Significant reforms have been made to the education system due to the demands of a fast changing and increasingly competitive global economy. The need to provide quality education that maximizes the potential of every child and raise standards of pupil performance has increased the demand for education assistants and broadened the range of responsibilities they perform. In the past‚ an education assistant’s role involved preparing materials for the classroom‚ childcare and pastoral care. However

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  • Education: The Obstacles Of Education In Poverty

    The Obstacles of Education in Poverty The greatest obstacle regarding the attainment of education in a high-poverty school―resources. According to HuffPost Education‚ 51 percent of children across the country now live in poverty‚ and the numbers appear to be growing at a hypersonic speed (Slade‚ 2015). Whether it be the inability to access quality education (a problem for many developing and rural nations) or the inability to fund lunch and school supplies (such as up to date textbooks or computers)

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  • Education vs. Non-Education

    Education vs. Non-Education There are two important stories called‚ "Front Seat Brahman" and "Teachers of Import" that have a common conflict. That common conflict is education vs. non-education. The character in "Front Seat Brahman" is Sushil Rao. He is from Bombay‚ India. The characters in "The Teachers of Import" are Amarel Collymore and Elke Walcher. Amarel is from Bridgetown‚ Barbados and Elke is from Austria. They all moved to Queens‚ New York for a particular reason. Sushil did not mention

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  • Uniformed Education, the Best Education?

    their students to wear them. Requiring each and every student to wear the exact same clothing eliminates all distractions in a learning environment and forces students to focus on mattress that are far more important than material things such as ‚ education and community unity. Uniforms make school less of a competition for students by putting academics before fashion and build a sense of school unity and pride. Additionally school uniforms are a less pricey because parents no longer have to take into

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  • The Importance Of Education In Education

    Education is essential to the improvement of our society for future generations to thrive and create new innovations. In order to accomplish these goals though‚ we must look at what it takes to ensure we are a developing a strong education system worldwide. A strong education system means we need to increase the access to education as well as increase enrollment rates not only in the U.S. but worldwide. Some goals the worldwide education committee has to hit by 2030 are to: ensure that all girls

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