The population of mediolana.com with tasty content galore continues apace with an essay which answers precisely the above question. Back To The Classroom: Why Blaming Globalisation Is The New Xenophobia… 23 more words
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Chapter One: Introduction
Adolescent pregnancy is formally defined as a pregnancy in a young woman who has not reached her 18th birthday when the pregnancy ends, regardless of whether the woman is married or is legally an adult. 367 more words
The Brainy Bunch: The Harding Family's Method to College by Age Twelve by Kip and Mona Lisa Harding.
This book is interesting. The family seems to be strong. The excerpts the kids write are literate and reasoned. The family’s story is one of accomplishment and hard work; right values and purposeful living. 159 more words
Regular readers of this blog will by now be fully cognisant of the fact that we at Mediolana are not given to spouting mindless hyperbole. But we are also not a company to pull our metaphorical punches, and 2018 promises to be a year like no other: silos will smash, synergies will shine – and there is even a small outside chance of a razor-thin London corporation making its mark on the largest cultural intersection of all. 49 more words
School Performance is a complex phenomenon, shaped by a wide variety of factors intrinsic to students and in their eternal environment. In addition to content knowledge and academic skills, students must develop sets of behaviours, skills, attitudes and strategies that are crucial to academic performance in their classes, but that may not be reflected in their scores on cognitive tests” – UCHICAGO CCSR Literature Review… 944 more words