For my English class we were required to write an essay on college and the flaws present in the education system. Upon researching numerous websites, I found some interesting information regarding college. 725 more words
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(CNN) — While the educational prospects for poor children have improved in the 50 years since I was a young boy going to PS 99 in the South Bronx, our country continues to needlessly lose the talents of millions of children because of a failing, entrenched public education system. 794 more words
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International Justice Mission
In 1997, lawyer Gary Haugen left his Justice Department job to create the International Justice Mission to fight for victims of sexual violence, forced labor, land seizures, illegal detention, and police abuse.
Cozy: Washington Post’s ‘Best Books of 2013′ Picks Its Own Staffers As the Best Authors | NewsBusters.
By Tim Graham |
As usual, The Washington Post made a list of The Best Books of 2013 and found a way to locate current and former Post writers and laud their books (and possibly spike their sales). 242 more words
Chris Shupert attends class full-time and works a full-time job. He looks like your typical college student except a little older. He’s not typical, though. Shupert is a 28-year-old combat veteran of the United States Army. 541 more words
Jonah Goldberg writes: Character is what you do when no one is watching.”
It’s a bit of a trite saying, attributed to coaches, motivational speakers, and fortune-cookie writers (by the way, whose idea was it to replace fortune-cookie predictions with treacly aphorisms from the “Successories” reject pile?). 691 more words