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Academic Freedom in Schools

The argument on academic freedom has been going on and on and it is the same as those for the freedom of speech because they basically rest on a similar foundation. Academic freedom is a belief that students and faculty members must be given freedom of inquiry because it is essential to the mission of [...]

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Modern Alternative Edge

Education today is undoubtedly taking the turn into convenient learning as it evolves from traditional methods to wider methods such as online schooling. Having a degree is still important in order to succeed in future careers but we are no longer constrained into the traditional methods of gaining education. When we mean to get a degree the [...]

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Learning Math is Easy

Learning mathematics is definitely easy. It all starts with having a motivation and the optimism to master this tricky subject which could be fun and simple. What makes it otherwise is that, a simple mistake along the solution or process could make the answer wrong. Mathematics, just like any subject, is accurate and precise. It may [...]

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Importance of Taking Core Subjects

Students always wonder why they have to take up and study subjects that are somewhat unrelated to what they want to be in life. Why does an Engineer have to take up classes in English? How can Math help a policeman? When can chefs use Science in the kitchen?

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Social Mobility and Its Impact on Society

What is Social Mobility? Social mobility seems to be a new euphemism or a way of putting into perspective a social class system. It encompasses the roles of blue collar workers and their jobs of attending to the daily grind of the nitty-gritty stuff most people would rather not be bothered about. It also includes [...]

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Students Are Being Challenge in Facing Schools with High Standards

Almost all employers look for an applicant with a college degree. That is why it is necessary to finish your studies until college. It is very important to have high grades and a good standing in college in order to find a good employer someday. In order to enter into a good college or university, [...]

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Ideas For Teaching Children Who Are Autistic

Teaching children is a hard endeavor. When you throw in a child who is autistic with some learning disabilities, the task can become very overwhelming. However, it is not impossible. By adhering to some basic guidelines, you may see a significant improvement. Whether you are a teacher who has an autistic pupil in class or [...]

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The Pros and Cons of Technology in Student’s Learning

Everything around us is surrounded by technology. Technology makes life easier. It assists us in making our work faster. Aside from that, it helps us gain knowledge easier and faster. With technology, we can get the information that we need in just a blink of an eye.

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Career Advice and Online Schools

If you are a high school student nearing graduation, or someone who wants to continue their education, where do you go to for help and career advice? More often than not with the advancement of technology, the answer may be just a click away.

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