# Ideal School Essays and Term Papers

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• ## Issues on Returning to School

Issues Related to Returning to School What stimulated my interest in returning to school? One of my goals in life was to get my four year college degree. After I graduated with my AA degree, I concluded that “the learning bug has bitten me”! I wanted to continue my education and decided to continue by enrolling to the University of Phoenix Online. Results and Hopes I hope by returning to school, that a lot of

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Essay Length: 380 Words / 2 Pages
Submitted: January 17, 2010
• ## Among School Children

From reading the poem, one could say that the things in Yeats mind at the time of visiting this catholic school were his old age, or him wanting to avoid old age, his mortality and the education process and techniques he is reviewing in the school. To write this poem Yeats was thinking about children not reaching their full potential, and not fulfilling their dreams and also about the relevancy of schoolwork in preparation for

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Essay Length: 735 Words / 3 Pages
Submitted: January 17, 2010
• ## Phalen After School

Busses begin to line up on Cypress Street in front of a big brick building which is an Elementary School. Kids board the busses when the 2:50 pm bell rings. However, the rest of the kids gather in the cafeteria to take advantage of a Community After School Program provided by Phalen Lake Elementary to enrich and advance their education. Phalen Elementary is a PreK-6 grade school where 669 students fill up throughout the school

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Essay Length: 2,453 Words / 10 Pages
Submitted: January 17, 2010
• ## Lab Report on Ideal Gas Law

Ideal Gas Law Lab 1. Procedure: First, we used a balance to weigh the canister of gas, and recorded that mass as the original weight. Then, we filled a large bucket with water and recorded the temperature. We then filled a small test tube with water at the same temperature and poured that water into a graduated cylinder to measure the original volume of water in the tube. We then poured the water back into

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Essay Length: 383 Words / 2 Pages
Submitted: January 18, 2010
• ## Ideals to Live By

It is easy to answer some hard questions such as what does DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid) stand for. One who studies in microbiology gets that answer in one second. For some easy questions, where does your character and personality come from? it is hard to answer such easy questions. One needs more time to get the answer. Psychologists may be concerned about one’s childhood period and family environment. The character and personality is under the control

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Essay Length: 866 Words / 4 Pages
Submitted: January 18, 2010
• ## School Social Workers

A School Social Worker plays a major role in developing a student as a complete person. “School Social Workers provide a vital link among the school, home and community” (www.sswaa.org/about/career, retrieved 10/17/05). Nationwide school districts are now beginning to realize that a social worker in the school will help bridge the gap between home and education for students. Social work in general is a job that requires one to help others. And in this case,

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Essay Length: 1,033 Words / 5 Pages
Submitted: January 18, 2010
• ## Public Schools

Some people argue that those who do not send their children to public schools should not have to fund these schools through taxes, since neither parents nor children benefit from these schools. They ignore the fact that everyone benefits from the strong economy that a well-educated populace generates. The argument that everyone should be forced to fund public schools is more compelling. The government realized that the survival of our economy depended on several key

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Essay Length: 307 Words / 2 Pages
Submitted: January 18, 2010
• ## Southern Schools and Education

Throughout history the South seems to have always been at an educational disadvantage. Some of these shortcomings are due to lifestyle elements out of the states’ control; like a highly dispersed living style that made establishing a school district vastly complicating. Yet other contributions to these disadvantages were of personal choice. The lack of an organized, formal education in the South was highly the result of sexism, racism, and a lack of seeing education

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Essay Length: 871 Words / 4 Pages
Submitted: January 19, 2010
• ## School Violence

SCHOOL VIOLENCE Every year teachers, parents and students prepare for another school session, hopefully the thought of destructive violence such as the Columbine shootings won’t be in their mind. It’s sad to think that violence is a concern at all. It’s certainly a proven fact that violence of one sort or another is part of most schools today. School violence is a problem for everyone. It is a problem that everyone must deal with and

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Essay Length: 259 Words / 2 Pages
Submitted: January 20, 2010
• ## Chess in Schools: Moving Towards Unified Framework of Learning

Chess in Schools: Moving Towards Unified Framework of Learning Authored by Malola Prasath T S Ganapathy Krishnan H Malola Priya S Seshadri KR Abstract We summarize the 'Introduction of Chess in schools' and the promising directions for improving the quality of students in such schools, beginning with understanding that the role played by culture is crucial both in prevailing education system and in promoting chess as educational activity. We focus on how Chess reflect the

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Essay Length: 2,473 Words / 10 Pages
Submitted: January 22, 2010
• ## Is Barbie the Ideal Woman?

Is Barbie the ideal woman? For generations sheвЂ™s been the doll that little girls have aspired to beвЂ“a party girl, career woman and bathing beauty all wrapped into one . In Marge PiercyвЂ™s poem entitled "Barbie Doll," the title underscores the theme of the poem, which is that girls are ultimately and fatally entrapped by societyвЂ™s narrow definitions of feminine behavior and beauty. By comparing the young lady in the poem to a Barbie doll,

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Essay Length: 3,700 Words / 15 Pages
Submitted: January 22, 2010
• ## Christian and Pagan Ideals in Beowulf

Before the invention of the printing press or written history, oral history, especially in early Germanic culture, became the foremost means of transcribing values, and past events. Written down in approximately 1,000 A.D. by an unknown author, Beowulf, originally a pagan fable, became a Christian allegory upon its transcription by Christian monks. However, as scholars have debated over the religious context in Beowulf, the attempts by the monks to turn the epic poem into a

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Essay Length: 1,320 Words / 6 Pages
Submitted: January 22, 2010
• ## High School Vs. College

High School vs. College High school and college are similar in some ways and different in a lot of ways. They are similar in such ways that you still have to go to class, do class work, home work, take test, and study hard. They are different in such ways that we can have cell phones in class, walk out of class, wear anything to class, and the thing that sets it off is living

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Essay Length: 486 Words / 2 Pages
Submitted: January 22, 2010
• ## Medical School Average McAt Scores and Gpa

Medical School Average MCAT Scores and GPA These figures were taken from the 2008-2009 edition of the Medical School Admission Requirements book, published by the AAMC. You can order a copy at www.aamc.org. Students should not choose to apply to schools solely based on average GPA and MCAT scores! It is important that you also look at curriculum, opportunities outside of the classroom, geographical considerations, match to the school's mission, etc. Be certain that you

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Submitted: January 23, 2010
• ## Single Sexed Schools

Have you ever wondered what it would be like at an all girl/boy school? Some people think it increases grade averages. In addition, some say it is “less distracting”. That school would go by more smoothly. They are probably right but I do not necessarily agree with it. In our world today, there are many schools with a student body Consisting of both sexes, nevertheless there are a significant number of Schools carrying on

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Essay Length: 326 Words / 2 Pages
Submitted: January 23, 2010
• ## Research Paper (controversy with High School Students Playing Professional Sports Directly After Graduating)

The NBA has been known for being an enormous source of entertainment throughout the world. It provides the world with the excitement of professional basketball games throughout the United States and even in foreign countries. The NBA is famous for signing the greatest basketball players who graduate from college or come straight out of high school. Fortunately, the NBA has changed its policy as of June 26th 2005 by enforcing a new age limit rule,

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Submitted: January 24, 2010
• ## Censorship in School Libraries

Censorship in School Libraries The most debatable and controversial form of censorship today is the banning of books in school libraries. Banning books that educate students is wrong and selfish. Censorship of books in school libraries is neither uncommon nor an issue of the past. Books with artistic and cultural worth are still challenged constantly by those who want to control what others read. The roots of bigotry and illiteracy that fuel efforts to censor

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Submitted: January 24, 2010
• ## Uniforms in Public Schools: A Positive Approach Towards the Future

Uniforms in Public Schools: A Positive Approach Towards the Future Since the late 1990's many public schools across the nation have opted to implement a stronger dress code policy which have involved the addition to a specific mandated uniform policy. While some critics of mandatory uniform policies believe that there is no justification for change, school uniforms offer educational benefits, improve student behavior, social interaction, and are more cost effective and durable than traditional street

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Submitted: January 24, 2010
• ## U.S. Vs Asian School System

Andre’ Umansky Two Systems into One In the past twenty years the United States school system has been accumulating quite a bit of criticism. Evidence shows that the United States has been lagging exponentially compared to almost all the industrialized countries. This specifically refers to Asian countries that are statistically blowing the U.S. out of the water. Recent survey results in the universal subject of math show us that the U.S. eighth graders have fallen

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Essay Length: 1,076 Words / 5 Pages
Submitted: January 24, 2010
• ## Regular School Vs. Year-Round Schooling

Compare and Contrast Essay #2 Traditional Schooling vs. Year-Round Schooling Education is the fundamental key to our everyday lives. Knowledge is what keeps our economic growth possible. We are all taught, since childhood, that learning is a way to empower one’s self, which is why our school systems are an important part of our society. Our futures are determined based on the knowledge obtained throughout our lives. School systems across America (and the world) strive

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Essay Length: 890 Words / 4 Pages
Submitted: January 24, 2010
• ## School Violence Awareness

Shaw Couevas English 1002-105 November 27, 2001 Final Draft School Violence Awareness One out of every twelve students would stay home rather than attend school for fear someone would hurt them or hassle them (Kreiner). What can we do to be safe in school? It is becoming more apparent violence is a problem in most schools. But once we are aware that it exists, we can figure out ways to make it less of a

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Essay Length: 991 Words / 4 Pages
Submitted: January 24, 2010
• ## School Dress Code

Can a school’s dress code keep us from wearing T-shirts that have certain slogans or messages on them? When a school’s dress code is used to ban clothes because they have certain slogans, then it really becomes an issue of free speech and not just personal appearance. The school should not ban any slogans unless they are libelous, obscene or somehow very disruptive. Some schools try to use their dress code to prohibit students from

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Essay Length: 408 Words / 2 Pages
Submitted: January 25, 2010
• ## Religion in the American Public School

Throughout history, religion has impacted the lives of millions whether at school, work, with friends, or by some tragedy. Religion can change the way people view their existence. Religion also plays a big role in the infiltration of values into the loves of many young people today. In a recent pole printed in the USA Weekend Paper, “34% of respondents [said] Religion plays a powerful role in their everyday lives.” These student respondents “cited

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Essay Length: 1,999 Words / 8 Pages
Submitted: January 25, 2010
• ## Attachment in the School Setting

Attachment in the School Setting Difficult behaviour in the school setting affects both teachers and students. In this paper I draw on attachment theory to construct an alternative explanation for such behaviour. I review attachment theory and link attachment patterns and behaviour in school age children, then outline the implications for educators. I have focused on the primary school setting and although this perspective is relevant to older children, application of attachment theory to adolescents

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Essay Length: 1,513 Words / 7 Pages
Submitted: January 26, 2010
• ## School Vouchers

One of the biggest topics in government today is the issue of school vouchers. Many people are sided over this educational issue. Some wonder about the practicality of using the vouchers, while others wonder if it is defeating the purpose of the educational system. Educational vouchers can be very beneficial for both the student and even the school districts involved in the program. Many people do not realize the benefits of this program. Educational vouchers

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Essay Length: 1,168 Words / 5 Pages
Submitted: January 26, 2010

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