Human nature being what it is, those who prosper under a given system tend to become supporters of that system.
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Ever since the first charter school law was passed in Minnesota in 1991, charter schools have been growing at an
We occupied [ freespace ] in downtown San Francisco on July 22 to facilitate a group modeling session. Our purpose was to engage
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Let’s stereotype together: In high school, we either picked a group to be a part of, or we were given
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Addictions are compulsive behavior patterns that we unconsciously do to bring temporary relief. When we have a feeling of lack,
Quiz question – Does the United States have one of the highest or lowest Corporate Tax Rates amongst developed countries?
“Men are born ignorant, not stupid. They are made stupid through education.” – Bertrand Russell In this post, we explore