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Mid-February Reading-Roundup

Let’s talk books today, shall we?

I’ve read four books since last I mentioned my literary life, and I’d like to give another go at the short-and-sweet review thing. 456 more words


Reality Shock in the American Classroom: A Guide for the Perplexed.

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Facing Reality is a simple book in the best sense of the word. It begins with a historical sketch of race and American education which, although brief, will contain matter both new and surprising to most readers: schools open to both races existed as far back as colonial times, but well into the nineteenth century no more than a quarter of Americans received any formal schooling at all; segregation mandated by law was introduced in the South not following the Civil War or Reconstruction, but at the very end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century; it was viewed as a progressive measure at the time, and met with little initial Black opposition. 153 more words

Higher Education

'I Don't Want My Daughter To Play Basketball'-NBA Basketballer

31 year old NBA professional basketball player,Andre Tyler Iguodala who plays for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association,has revealed his fear about his daughter following in steps to become a basketballer.His daughter… 137 more words


Which is Which? Student loans or Scholarship

The matter about the increasing price of training is maybe not new for all, be it for rich individuals or even for the those simply hardly earning a paycheck. 563 more words


Are IQ scores necessarily accurate predictors of success?

Hi friends, hope you’re doing well.

Today I wanted to publish something I recently completed for one of my courses this term – “Inventing Arguments”. As I am in the last week of classes, approaching finals, I feel confident in publishing one of the papers I wrote for this course. 1,473 more words


Concentrate my concentration on concentrating...

Have you ever noticed yourself loosing concentration, and you force yourself to concentrate and miss out on the lecture because you are trying to concentrate on a subjective interpretation of what concentration should be. 776 more words