Education

Open Letter to the Kettle Moraine School District: On the issue of separation of church and state; double-standards of indoctrinating false religion through Critical Race Theory, climate alarmism, and the LGTBQIA+ agenda. Day in and day out in the daily announcements to the students and the parents of the Kettle Moraine School District, social justice and progressive agendas are shoved down the throats of local families. There’s no prayer allowed in schools yet worshipping the agendas of what has grown into their own religious sect is Critical Race Theory, climate alarmism, and the LGTBQIA+ agenda. These agendas tell our impressionable youth that there is something inherently wrong with them based on their skin color, belief system, or that they are something they are not (a...
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Miguel Cardona U.S. Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue, SW Washington, D.C. 20202 Dear Secretary of Education, I am writing this letter to you in hopes that the education system will be completely transformed in the next few years. In the last two decades U.S. students have scored poorly on the PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment), and its results have shown in the PIAAC (Programme for the International of Adult Competencies). For a country that considers itself “developed”, we are being overtaken by some “underdeveloped” countries. Our education system is stagnant with little to no positive growth over the past few decades. Lower income communities and school districts have not benefited from past attempts to resurrect and improve the education system...
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Dear Teachers, First of all, thank you. It would be impossible for me to be the man I am today without your help. From Ms. Bailey in pre-K to Professor Senn in college, all of you have helped me and hundreds of other students grow not only academically, but through your character and deviation, have helped us grow into better people. Being the enabler, or facilitator of a child or adolescent’s education is by no means an easy task, and we, your students, give you thanks for your sacrifice and patience. If you were to ask any child, teenager, or adult to draw a picture of “education,” what would they draw? Chances are, they would draw a classroom. More specifically though, you would have trouble finding a picture that doesn’t include desks, a whiteboard, or a teacher standing of a...
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Dear Americans, The history we have been taught throughout school is wrong. We have been taught misconceptions and they have led to American people being ignorant about historical figures and events. Did you know only 38% of American people know that the cause of the Civil War was slavery? Compare this to only 8% of high school seniors who can identify slavery as the main cause of the Civil War. When we see controversies coming into popularity such as the taking down of confederate statues or renaming of schools with names of confederate soldiers, there is an obvious lack of information when it comes to backing up arguments. If you are led believe that the people in the South were just fighting for “states’ rights” and that slavery had little to do with the confederate’s cause, of course...
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Dear Prime Minister, Sir, My name is Animesh Rajput. I am class 12th student who is voicing the concern of lakhs of students across India. Today, on 24th may 2021 more then 2.5 lakh cases comes daily and approximately 4000 people died. Experts are saying that students are in danger of third wave which is deadly for students. I hope, you can feel the pain, stress...
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Shri Narendra modi Ji, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Government of India, New Delhi Sir, My name is Animesh Rajput. I am class 12th student who is voicing the concern of lakhs of students across India. Today, on 24th may 2021 more then 2.5 lakh cases comes daily and approximately 4000 people died. Experts are saying that students are in danger of third wave which is deadly for students. I hope, you can feel the pain, stress...
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Dear future students, Thinking about your future is perhaps one of the most important steps you have to take, and it should never be a decision that you make without thinking about it first. If you are an athlete, then the stakes are even higher. As a good athlete, looking for opportunities to not only work on your education but on your sports skills as well, you will have to think about the scholarships that you might be granted and thus kill two birds with one stone. But this might be easier said than done, as finding the right scholarship is not an easy task, especially if you take your competition into account. This is precisely why there are different things that you need to bear in mind before actually finding the scholarship that you want to pursue. First of all, you need to...
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For most sitcoms that are shown in today’s age many just serve the purpose of entertaining. I came across this show a couple of years ago, and I enjoyed it not just because of the comedy but also because of the subtle truths that are taught in this show. Black-ish portrays how it is to live in the United States as a black individual. This portrayal mainly focuses on Andre and Rainbow’s current socioeconomic problems, but also from time to time we get to see Andre’s socioeconomic situation as a child giving the viewers two very different portrayals of living while black in America. I found the information presented to me in this show very interesting because none of this is taught in schools. For a time, I was skeptical if this show was telling the truth, worried that maybe the...
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An open letter from the students of Liverpool university. The short film put out by the University of Liverpool this Christmas began “A year like no other”, a sentiment repetitively churned out in the last 12 months but nevertheless true. 2020 has indeed been incredibly different from any other year before, with the spread of COVID-19 being responsible for numerous challenges in both the personal and private sphere. I would like to think that as students we have adapted to these challenges with exceptional grace and understanding, and I recognise this has been equally as difficult for staff who have done the same. However, with final assessments looming in January many have failed to understand why the University of Liverpool have thus only deemed it necessary for staff to have...
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What is TEFL course? TEFL stands for 'Teaching English as a Foreign Language'. The close kin of TEFL is TESOL, which means 'Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages'. TEFL and TESOL are synonymous terms. It is an international program of training for teachers where the teachers are given inputs on the latest advancements and advents in the field of teaching English. Benefits of TEFL/TESOL Certification One of the most important benefits of TEFL is the chance to earn and travel as there are innumerable EFL/ESL job opportunities in gorgeous locations around the globe – from South East Asia to the Middle East to the Latin American countries. The most attractive TESOL benefit is the freedom to work overseas instead of being stuck to one’s desk for years on end. Who should do...
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