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World Camp Hinata: Part Two

The next morning, we had to be up around 6:30 for breakfast and the bus over to Miyazaki University.  Several ALTs, myself included, gave 1-hour long presentations on a variety of topics.  967 more words

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Students Who Get Better Grades Are More Likely to Move Away

High school students who perform well in school, have better test scores and complete higher-level classes are more likely to move to and work in markets where there are more… 278 more words

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These students are taking their time, staying around a sport stadium after school. They can also be truants cutting class. For sure they are friends rambling on a nice afternoon.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

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FYI High School Grads: The Time Of Your Life Isn’t Ending, It’s Just Beginning

I attended my younger sister’s high school graduation a few weeks ago, and though it was very beautiful, there was one thing that really stuck out to me—the music selection—songs with lyrics of… 529 more words

And how long will that be?

When Sunshine graduated in 2013, they had all the parents stand up and be recognized for their contribution to the graduating class.  It was a proud moment because we looked around and we were all parents to these amazing kids who were going into the world to contribute to society, or we all hoped. 783 more words

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My Graduation Day- And a message for high schoolers

I imagined that at 22 I’d be graduating from some fancy university, with a 4 year degree in…something cool. I’d be standing alongside best friends, and possibly even a boyfriend. 600 more words

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