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Education Problems

Discussing government plans to improve the quality of American education Americans take their education for granted. Education has become one of the most important aspects of a person’s. With seventeen years of formal education, a person can do almost anything he or she wants to do. Yet many in America take this for granted. Some […]

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Should parents be allowed to smack their children?

In recent years public opinion on physical punishment has changed dramatically. Fifty years ago corporal punishment was common in schools. Now it is virtually non-existent. Corporal punishment is not considered acceptable elsewhere, such as within the army or the police. The sole place physical punishment is found legally today is with parents smacking their children. […]

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My Dad and Me

When I was little, my dad had a motorbike with a sidecar attach to his motorcycle. My dad and me went out in the summer months travelling around the country. It was really cool, travelling into other cities, going around the coast-watching people enjoying themselves on water sports, donkey rides, and banana boat and playing […]

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Consent parent

The experiment to do with child aggression by Ross and Ross and Bandura had little or no informed consent parent of this study were unaware of all the aggress ional behaviour their child would receive if in a particular group. There was also no protection to participants as children who were affected aggressively could be […]

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A letter to the children’s parents

Dear parents, Your children have been very naughty, and the over-indulgence you gave them isn’t happening when I’m around. These unbehaved children thought I was leering, sneering, peering. My beautiful tidy room now is messy all the time and my eyes were on sticks scrutinizing at them all the time, and anything mischievous they do […]

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Courage Facing Fear

Courage is to face the problem and stand up instead of giving up when the road become bumpy and muddy to cross. Courage is to have power to apply his or herself every morning, day, and night with a great big inspiration of love and make any undesirable situation into a comfortable atmosphere. An Individual […]

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Gisler & Eberts

Another benefit of year round schools is the three week breaks. Parents can schedule more family time such as short vacations and even medical appointments. Having three weeks off will decrease the number of times a student is withdrawn early from school or misses a full day due to an appointment. Therefore, attendance and learning […]

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Growing Up Without a Father

“I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father’s protection. ” –Sigmund Freud, Standard Edition, 1956 Growing up without a father or strong male role model in the United States is extremely difficult. Fatherless children are disadvantaged in American society and face a greater struggle to become successful […]

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