To answer the very first question…that began this thread. H_ll to the No. When do we have time to be innocent…we have our whole life to be boring adults. We should protect our innocent ones as long as possible…say at least until…Junior High! Then I would say H_ll yes…they need a good foundation in sex education to help give them proper info and help to safeguard their future. Because from that point on they will have working knowledge…and can make some proper decisions based on that information. And hopefully, the parents will have aided in their own strong beliefs and backings for their family to the child. I chose to home school for many reasons, but the main secular reason is because I live in rural west Virginia. The schools suck and the teachers are of equal quality to their pay scale. Identify the various uses to which population data are put and, therefore, develop an understanding of the importance of and a sense of responsibility towards population census enumeration and the registration of vital statistics.
Great Information. I’m B. Tech Student and hope i’ll do something Good in IT industry. I know you are right for the most part. But it’s not the whole story. I call this the Ken Robinson Shuffle, by the way. Therefore, we must support the K-12 educational plan to help improve our educational system and our economy. Remember that change in our society starts with education.
nice resource but i had to comment on the cute bookworm that called me over to this lens! Interesting take, not literal, but philosophical. Sounds like your are describing the self-actualized man. Lofty goals for us all. in NOAA-related disciplines awarded to students who were supported by NOAA in higher education programs in FY16.
You set impotent goals. You find that you often reach the goals that you set with little effort or you find that your goals are so lofty that you give up on them after a period of time. I have left this tip till last, not because it’s not important, but because I hope you will remember it. Praise, praise and praise again!
Many graduates struggle to get jobs that pay enough to enable them to pay off their loans quickly. The debt also stops them taking risks in applying for other jobs in case the job fails. Excellent Diana. Really well written and I love your poem. You make some very powerful points and yes Malala is a hero. Blessed.
Growing up, school was where I daydreamed and the public library was where I learned. Helping them to return to school with some great homework beautifully presented gives them the chance to show their books with pride not shame. Wow, thank you for giving so much in depth content on this ever growing and present american condition. Very helpful. Humanizing. On line. thanks again.