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Today’s challenging economic situation means that it is no longer sufficient for a new graduate to have knowledge of an academic subject; increasingly it is necessary for students to gain those skills which will enhance their prospects of employment. Employability skills include the following abilities: the retrieval and handling of information; communication and presentation; planning and problem solving; and social development and interaction. As economic change continues, workers will need not only specialist skills, but also: An ability to quickly adapt and pick up new skills, to make the most of new opportunities. An aptitude for continuous learning will be vital. Wisdom gives is the...
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Case Study: Economic Crisis and Higher Education in the United States
The 2008–2012 economic failure is considered by many economists and investors to be the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s. It results in the risk of total collapse from big financial firms, the bailout of banks by national governments, and downturns in stock markets around the world. The crisis also plays a significant role in the crash of key businesses and collapse of housing market, results in the delayed unemployment. Higher education is a large and various venture in the United States, which has impacted by the economic recession in a number of ways, but these impacts have not been...
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Why should the United Kingdom be your destination for higher education?
The United Kingdom attracts one of the largest internationally mobile student bodies seeking higher education from around the world. Home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world, the Kingdom has established numerous universities which provide high-quality education, facilities and research opportunities to the student demographic looking for advancement in the education career. The reasons that elevate the United Kingdom as an education destination are the quality of education, research opportunities that follow after students have enrolled or completed their universities, lower study costs, shorter...
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The Role of Board of Regents and Board of Trustees in Higher Education
The Role of Board of Regents and Board of Trustees in Higher Education
This essay intends to discuss the role of the Board of Regents and those of the Board of Trustees. Both phrases refer to higher education governing boards. The Board of Trustees is the most common term. Universities and colleges in the United States of America are managed by boards of trustees, regents, or other correspondingly titled entities. With regard to their place in the ordered structure, such boards are comparable to the Boards of directors in companies and corporations. America’s higher education is exclusive...
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Higher Education Core Value Paper/ Commitment
Identification and analysis of the identified Core Value
Presently, there are many aspects of Higher Education. Some are physical; the campus and its classrooms, laboratories, and library. Those spaces are occupied by students, faculty, and staff and some are nonphysical. “The activities of Higher Education are learning, research, dialogue, and reflection. Thus far, none of these attributes are unique” (Shephard, 2007, p. 87). The most distinctive attributes of Higher Education today are its commitment to their students.
“Higher Education for Sustainability: seeking affective learning outcomes”...
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FREE TERTIARY EDUCATION SHOULD BE PROVIDED BY THE MALAYSIAN GOVERNMENT FOR ALL MALAYSIANS.
Based on the topic above, free tertiary education should be provided by the Malaysian government for all Malaysians because it gives a lot of benefits to the youths as well as to the nations. Education is the one of the most important elements in the development of a country.
First of all, free tertiary education can ensure that the rights for all Malaysians to access for education are preserved. It has been mention in the Malaysian Federal Constitutions that all Malaysians have the right to access for education regardless of race, religion and culture. This will help to produce a...
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Students under China’s education model, who can never be creative
Last year, a book published by the John M. Duff, Jr. Professor of Law at Yale Law School, Amy Chua, named Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, set off a bunch of discussions about the China’s education model in the worldwide. Is the education model which is “harsh, exhausting, endless practice questions” good for the development of children? Some people support it, especially some Chinese parents, who may even hold their arms to declare their endless fanaticism to this education model. Unfortunately, I do not have any resonance to them. As a student who grew up under that “unique” education system, I have much more...
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Table of content ……………………………………………………….......1
Definition of terms………………………………………………………....2
Task force-vision 2030………………………………………......................4
Challenges facing education in Kenya……………………………………..4
Alternative methods of financing education…………………………….....7
Education task force on free secondary education………………………...15
Definition of terms
Education- Education is a form of learning in which the knowledge, skills and habits of a group of people are...
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Many people have reservations about the importance of pre-kindergarten education. This was clearly manifest in 2006 when the California legislature unsuccessfully attempted to pass a law that would make pre-school education mandatory for all children. Many Californians did not agree with the importance of using tax payer funds to fund mandatory pre-school programs, including parents desiring to educate their children themselves.
Research has show that children enrolled in Head Start programs benefit by receiving formal education before kindergarten. According to some studies, children enrolled in these programs are more behaved and have higher IQ scores upon enrolling kindergarten than...
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January 30, 2015
Response to “The ‘Banking’ Concept of Education”
In response to Freire’s essay, I will be stating what I think is the best concept for education and why I agree or disagree with Freire. What if education today was fully based upon the banking concept? Would education be the same with or without the banking concept, even with the higher level of education? Age groups, the level of education a student is in, and the way that he or she learns intertwines with both problem-posing and the banking concept. I personally think that the banking concept and the problem-posing concept have negative and positive results.
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Given the fact that people living in urban areas demand more of high-tech product as compared to people in suburban area, geographically our product is more desirable in urban area than suburban area. In addition, the income level and population are both higher in urban area.
We could use multivariate demographic segmentation, which is to combine the age and education variables to segment their market for our product. Our target market could be the young people between 18 to 34 years old and with an education level of at least a tertiary studies. The reason to select this target market is that they are a very important part of...
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Within the several studies applied by sociologists and economists in order to provide a general overview of the phenomenon related with the heath situation, a focus on the differences between the population in terms of health conditions is the component that mostly emerges and has to be deeply understood.
Differences are to be classified as social advantages that an individual has in comparison to another one with a worse health situation.
In this context many are the social economic variables influencing the individual’ s health level, such as education, income, occupation and race combined with the public health policy characterise the socioeconomic individual...
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Comparative Education Project
Braconier, H. (2012). Reforming Education in England. Paris: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/921642333?accountid=12085
This article discusses how England has poured their money into child care and their education system
within the last decade and there scores and educational performance remain stagnant. This stagnation is
greatly related to parental educational background, income, and the social environment as a whole. This is
a major issue for England whereas a growth in educational performance could improve their labor market,
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“The Internet is the world's largest library. It's just that all the books are on the floor”. This is a personal reflection on the impact of Internet technologies on higher education around the world over the last 13 years. It chronicles my observations of differences between perceptions and realities, of enthusiasm and disappointment, and the changes that have taken place in learning, teaching, and the structure of higher education during this period. Based on the work of others, this reflection also includes a prediction of the near term introduction of new instructional technologies and draws implications for higher education from these predictions and this history. The Context of...
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How do employment, age, and income influence the possibilities of a greater purchasing power? What contributes to a higher income level?
‘The Creative Life’, a company based on Huizhou, China is a multinational electronic company. The Creative Life (TCL) has been trying to capture the market overseas through merger and acquisitions. This research report is based on the study of how TCL can improvise demographic variables and use the data to extract results on the level of income and their buying power.
Considering the scenario that the company is...
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Inequality of income' and 'equality of opportunities' in South East Asia
I believe that I live in a world full of opportunities and I get given these opportunities everyday. I believe that a person is made by the opportunity that they take and I believe that they will only benefit from these opportunities that they partake in and create a future with these opportunities …
wait but what IF that hard work and perseverance was all for nothing and you get treated unfairly based on your gender, race or background at the end of the day. Is that fair?
Well my fellow people that is the society in which we live in. DO you want to change it cause I do, but I feel in order to change it we...
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13 March 2014
Sex education and adolescents is something that is more common now than back 50 or 60 years ago. More parents and schools are educating adolescents in sex education. When it comes time for parents to their sons and daughters the mother-daughter relationship is the most significant. As for the sex education in the public school system, there is actually a debate between public schools whether to teach sex education in the public school system and what to teach. In some states they have decided to teach sex education and some have decided not to Sex education has many significances in an adolescent’s youth and where they learn it...
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IAO - International Accreditation Organization
Category: World References
IAO - International Accreditation Organization
The International Accreditation Organization (IAO) is an international quality assurance agency, working to improve quality assurance standards of organizations all over the world. With its global network of experts, IAO grants accreditation to educational institutions, corporations, professionals and qualified individuals.
IAO's International Accreditation represents an education provider's commitment to delivering quality which is on a par with the global standards. It assures the stakeholders that their degrees& credits will have increased acceptability...
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My motivation to enroll at GCU and pursue higher education, was because of a few reasons. First of all, I want to do better for my family and myself financially and to give us a better lifestyle. The more education I have, the more money I can potentially make, to be able to do so. Secondly, I want to advance in my career and secure my future, and I have realized, I have been promoted as high as I ever will be without furthering my education to a higher level. Receiving a degree, can help me be more qualified and to have better job security. Lastly, but not least, I want to meet higher expectations, for my parents, family and more so, for myself. I want to...
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Student Mobility & the International
Table of Content
2. History and Development……………………………………………………...…...…4
2.1 The First Stage …………………………………………………..….…………….…..4
2.2 The Second Stage……………………………………………….…………….….........5
2.3 The Third Stage…………………………………………….………………….….…...5
2.4 The Fourth Stage………………………………………………………………………5
3. Signing of the Bologna Declaration……………………….………………………….6
3.1 Bologna Reform……………………………………………………………………….7
3.2 Credit Point System………………………………………………………...…………7
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Feasibility of implementation
of right to education Act
Pankaj S Jain, Ravindra H Dholakia
This article argues that even an
allocation of 6% of the gross
domestic product to the education
budget would not be sufficient to
fund universal school education
until the very distant future if the
government school system is used
as the only instrument. The only
way to meet the Right to
Education obligation is to rely on
low cost private schools as a
significant instrument of the
government education policy. On
the contrary, the proposed rte
bill introduces provisions that
would oppose low cost private
schools. Therefore, the legislation
for rte needs to be...
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Kimberly A. Mitchell- 0522814
Professor Valerie Hockert, PhD
2013-04-ENC-102-OL010: English Composition II: WA1
April 6, 2013
Online learning is increasing in popularity. Adults as well as K-12 students are utilizing online courses to complete their education. With anything in life, there are pros and cons to consider especially when it comes to replacing traditional education with an online education. In the future, changes could be implemented to create a structure for all institutions to follow for a greater increase in online educational course offerings.
In 1989, the University of Phoenix opened its virtual doors to what is called “distance learning”. This for-profit...
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Chantal St. Hilaire 16608
Something’s Will Never Change
Racism is defined as the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities that are specific to that race. This distinction is often made to classify races as inferior or superior to other races. Racism has been an issue in the United States for generations, and while it is becoming increasingly less prevalent in society, its effects are still strongly felt. The primary effects of racism in the United States relate to the...
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Applications to Non-Traditional College Students
I am doing this topic because when I read it, I seen myself in it.
There are three main reasons why people go back to college, 1) workers have lost their jobs that they have done for years. 2) Veterans returning from Afghanistan and Iraq who delayed their education to serve in the armed forces. 3) Adults who have just completed their GED and are moving onto higher education. (Cari Kenner and Jason Weinerman) And category three is what I fall under. I got my GED in 2010 and now I want to get a higher education. Just like Alexis, I too am going to have a challenge in head of me.
Adult Learning Strategy and Theory
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Background, Education, and The Truth
Barber, Mantsios, and Tannen are three authors who all talk about the problems of access to education, the purposes of education and how important it is and the impact of class as well as gender in the classroom. The successfulness of people very much bases on their social background. This is just a small part of the problems that have been discussed. This type of problem is very socializing and important; furthermore it might become issues that have big impact to social life other than just to individual. How people think and react may bring us a brighter view and better result for the future.
One issue is that lower class classrooms do not have...
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College Cost being affordable to all
One of the most important pieces to becoming a triumphant business woman/man may be receiving ‘college education’. A college degree may be perceived to be a necessity and may be slowly becoming an unreachable ambition for a number of people. Most consider college cost to have been rising and that the increasing rate may be outpacing that of most other costs. At the same time as the cost of college increases, families may have to alter their way of living to be providential enough to take their kids to most colleges. Alongside with how families’ lives vary, countless other problems may be produced in a variety of ways. The...
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Higher Education In Nurses
Grand Canyon University
Higher Education In Nurses
“Unless we are making progress in our nursing every year, every month, every week, take my word for it we are going back.” Florence Nightingale.
Nurses prepared at a baccalaureate degree level are more competent in critical thinking, communication skills and leadership than nurses prepared at an associate degree level. Currently nurses spend the greatest amount of time at the bedside of the patient yet they have the least time spent being educated about the increasingly complex issues their patients face. Ancillary personal, such as social services and physical therapists are required to have...
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The book “The University in Chains: Confronting the Military, Industrial and
Academic Complex discusses how democracy is disappearing on university campuses across America and the rise of “ideologies and practices in militarization, corporatism and political fundamentalism” (1) is taking its place. The author gives many possible directions for hope but still his writings lack possible more in depth directions to stop this growing trend. The author defends this with discussing how this type of logic is exactly what he is fighting against. Pre-written instructions that society has become so used to that it doesn’t know what direction to go when faced with difficulty and if it wasn’t...
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State of the Union Address Analysis
The following paper will discuss the recent 2011 State of the Union address as presented by President Barack Obama with particular regard to the implications the policies may have for African American Politics. Midway through his term, the address reconfirmed many of the policies presented previously. President Obama particularly emphasised the need for bipartisanship and respect for one another as a result of the recent Tucson tragedy. Democrats and Republicans intermingling in their seating displayed this. He called for all members of the “American family” to be “bound together as one people”. This is an important note when taking into account that of...
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The Effects Parents Have on Early Childhood Education
Grand Canyon University: UNV501
January 8, 2014
The Effects Parents Have on Early Childhood Education
Berger, E. (1999). Supporting parents with two essential understandings: attachment and brain development. Early Childhood Education Journal, 26(4), 267-270.
Early childhood development begins as an infant. A parent should love and have supportive interaction with their child to enhance the development. A child learns more and is willing to engage more when they are shown love. Attachment from the parents allows brain development. This article has been in the peer-reviewed process which is a collection of scholars.
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F e b r u a r y 2 010
The ParThenon GrouP
Private Sector Post-Secondary Schools — Do They Deliver Value to Students and Society?
by Robert Lytle, Partner and Co-Head, Education Center of Excellence
Recently, U.S. private sector post-secondary education providers have come under intense legislative, regulatory, political, and press scrutiny across a myriad of issues. Likewise, discussions in Washington, D.C. have focused on assuring quality outcomes for students by enhancing existing regulations and proposing new ones. Underlying this scrutiny is an apparent belief that private sector educational...
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TITLE: DISCUS THE DIFFERENCES IN COMPETENCES BETWEEN THE ASSOCIATE DEGREE AND THE BACCALAUREATE-DEGREE NURSES
COURSE: NRS 430V-0104
Nursing is centered on the care of people, which includes their families and their communities so as to reach or obtain an expected health and life status.
Nurses are different from other health care providers, by the way they care for the patient, the training they obtained and their extend of practices.
WAYS TO BECOME A REGISTERED NURSE
One can become a registered nurse through three difference ways which includes the following,-three year diploma, Associate degree...
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1. he impact of the IOM report on nursing education.
2. The impact of the IOM report on nursing practice, particularly in primary care, and how you would change your practice to meet the goals of the IOM report.
3. The impact of the IOM report on the nurse’s role as a leade
The impact of iom report on nursing
In 2011, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) collaborated with Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) to publish The Future of Nursing: Leading Changes, Advancing Health. With the increasing changes in health care, it is up to the nurses to keep themselves updated and competent. The purpose of this collaborated effect put forth recommendation that allow nurses to “(1) ensure that...
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EDUCATION PREPARATION: Diploma or Degree
Grand Canyon University: Professional Dynamics
October 18, 2014
Nurses are important in maintaining better healthcare for our world today. Obtaining a
nursing degree can be reached by Bachelor in nursing (BSN), Associate Degree (ADN), or
diploma. The type of degree received depends on how many years of schooling the individual
completed. Although both types of nurses provide proficient care, comparing the two degrees
bachelor prepared nurses have a higher competence level than associate prepared nurses in today’s
Associate prepared nurses (ADN) receive their degree after completing two years...
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The Complexity of Retention |
By Savior WrightSubmitted to: Professor Sachedina |
One of the many challenges facing higher education today is the declining retention rate
found throughout all forms of institutions. It is estimated that approximately fifty percent of
students leave higher education without being in receipt of an earned degree (Anderson, 1997).
Education has an effect on both the individual and society as attaining educational credentials
provides the individual with greater job security. As funding for higher education continues to
decline, institutions of higher education must maintain students in...
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CW1 Section 2 |
Source Evaluating |
Write by: Matthew Yao |
Tutor: Sandy Sommer |
2 November, 2012 |
* Authorship / Authority
At the end of paper, the detailed information about the author is given. Referring to it, N. V. Varghese is a professor whose publication covered from scheme of education, financing and quality. He was also in charge of the Educational Planning Unit at NUEPA (New Delhi) and now is Head of Governance and Management in Education at IIEP. Recently, he focuses on the fields of institutional reorganizing of higher education and private higher education. These main areas are closely related to the topic of text. Based on these information, it can be...
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About Nutritional Consultant Programs
According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, nutritional consulting is a field that is experiencing significant growth. The growth of the profession is expected to increase further in the upcoming years. It is because of an increase in the demand for dieticians and consultants. With an increase in the awareness of people regarding balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle, there is a strong demand for more nutritional consultants in the health care industry. Nutritional consultants work in different settings, and possess different levels of educational and training.
There are different types of nutritional consultants programs that...
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LITERACY AND WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT
Literacy among women opens up many opportunities for them for their empowerment. Literate women can express constructively their talents.Literacy among women leads to better hygiene, improved nutrition-practices and greater effectiveness in caring for family health. It leads to improved maternal competence and lowering of the rate of infant mortality, fetter health status of women makes them more productive workers both, at home and outside leading the way to their equality and empowerment. Female education leads to late marriage an making the size of family small. Educated women can acquire knowledge about contraception. It helps them making a gap in...
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Reaction Paper: A Roadmap to the Philippines' Future: Toward a Knowledge-Based Economy
The presentation discussed basic information about the Philippines' plan on building the Knowledge-Based Economy (KBE) as part of the Medium Term Development Plan by the Arroyo administration. In the discussion, the author identified the four pillars of KBE which shall serve as the foundation for knowledge-driven development process. It was emphasized in the process that the key for relevant economic development for the country is when the people are able to acquire, create, disseminate and apply knowledge to uplift the status of their lives. It is seen as possible answer to the long-running problem...
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American society and Economy – BMAN 20610
Has Affirmative Action had any positive results? Should the policy be abandoned?
‘Affirmative Action has had an indelible imprint on the university environment’ 
With primary focus on the impact that affirmative action (AA) has had to African Americans in regard to College admission, this essay will seek to ascertain to what extent the policy has lead to positive results. While in addition, evaluating whether this policy is both a legitimate and a necessary feature within Universities in contemporary America, or should be abandoned.
Following President Johnson signing into law, executive order 11246 in 1965, the concept of...
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“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.” -Martin Luther King, Jr.
Exactly in sync with the thoughts of Martin Luther King, Jr., mothers, fathers, teachers, students, the nation as a whole, and its government strongly believe that education is an absolutely vital attribute a person needs to be equipped with in order to function as an effective and involved member to the constantly changing world. The latter groups of people can hardly see that any other earthly material can exceed the value that an education has to a person. However, the intensity of arguments revolve around...
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Developments in Professional Nursing
Grand Canyon University
NRS-430 Professional Dynamics
June 16th, 2013
In the health care system nurses are taking the important role. Bed side nurses, school health nurse, nurses in different leadership positions etc. We can see many obstacles in the fast changing health care systems. To prevent these obstacles, institution such as IOM (Institute of Medicine) and RWJF (Robert wood Johnson Foundation), introduced a two year plan to make some changes to remodel and repair the nursing profession. The nurses have to provide a high quality nursing care to the patients and in order to achieve this, they have to attain high education,...
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Journal of Education for International Development 2.2
THE GIRLS' STIPEND PROGRAM IN BANGLADESH
Janet Raynor, University of London Institute of Education Kate Wesson, Open University, Milton Keynes
Citation Raynor, Janet, Wesson, Kate (2006). The Girls’ Stipend Program in Bangladesh. Journal of Education for International Development 2:2. Retrieved from http://www.equip123.net/JEID/articles/3/Girls’StipendPrograminBangladesh.pdf on [insert month] [insert day], [insert year]. Abstract The Female Stipend Program (FSP) was created in 1982 in Bangladesh to help increase the enrolment and retention of girls in secondary schools. Implemented initially in six areas only, the...
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PLAGERISM IN HIGHER EDUCATION
PLAGERISM IN HIGHER EDUCATION
ANTHONY J. ORTOLANO
The term plagiarism is using the work of that has already been published or unpublished; it can be their ideas or thoughts that they have on a given topic. Without giving them proper recognition for the work that they have done. In turn then presenting this work as your very own /as your original thought. Without letting the reader know that this had been published elsewhere by others. The increase use of technology has made this an increasing issue. Plagiarism is a now a burning issue in education, industry and even in the research community, in need of reexamination.
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Sociological research has challenged the view that ethnic differences in achievement reflect innate differences of intelligence and ability; this has become a view that very few sociologists now put forward. Ethnicity refers to the shared cultural traditions and history, which are distinct from other groups in society. The level of achievement of different ethnic groups varies. This may be due to factors such as home background, class, language and in-school factors. Recent studies highlight the effects of racism. Ethnicity influences factors that lead to an impact on education.
There are many reasons for educational underachievement and it has been said that ethnicity is one of these...
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My Idea of Development
Development in its very basic meaning is the progression from one state of being to a more desirable state of being. Take for instance human development; maturing and becoming a contributing member of society is its goal. It is more desirable to be a mature and productive adult than to remain a child or child-like. The same goes for the development of nations and their economies and political and social systems. It is the goal for developing nations to mature and become stable contributing members of the global community and economy. In human development, part of becoming an adult is gaining the ability to be self-sufficient and having the confidence to...
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Professional Development of Nursing Professionals During the past years, we’ve witnessed a tremendous growth in the health crisis, but also the education. With skills that are needed to compete with these, health care advancement technologies and well being of these population growth are in crisis. As comprehensive as the need for health care is being overhauled through the years, a claim has been made on the topic of “Nursing” as being one of the most important. Health is not only to the sustainment of our species, but also, it only makes logical sense to not only educate the practitioners of the profession, but also increase the need for advancement in the education being delivered.
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Educational achievement is influenced by a variety of factors, each of which is interwoven with another. Gender influences educational achievement for a variety of reasons and in a number of different ways. I intend to describe the ways in which educational achievement differs between males and females and the possible reasons for this variation between the sexes. Social class and ethnicity also play important parts in affecting the achievement of individuals and groups. I intend to discuss their affects on results seen in education and the way in which these factors are interwoven with one another. I will highlight the importance of each of these factors in determining the achievement of...
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Financial Aid for College Students
Everest Online University
Financial Aid for College Students
Many people say that they cannot attend college because they can’t pay for it. I can agree that college can be expensive, but there are plenty of ways to make college affordable. The average cost of a private, four-year College is well over $20,000 per academic year. (Scholarships.org, 1999-2011) Divide this figure in half and you have the average tuition for a public university; in half again, the still formidable tuition at a community college. (Scholarships.org, 1999-2011) This can be overwhelming to some people and be a stumbling block for furthering their...
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The late Nelson Mandela once said, “No country can really develop unless its citizens are educated.” Education plays an important part in the building of a nation. The Indian government realises its significance and hence has taken several initiatives and reforms over the years to impart education and instil the values of secularism, equality, respect for democracy and self-belief among its youth.
According to the rankings released by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), 17 Indian universities have made it to the list of top 300 universities in the Asian continent. Also, the topmost Indian management institute, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A) has been globally...