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Inflation is a big issue for everyone right now. There are many approaches to solving this problem, but in this letter, I will discuss few solutions. The first one is to eliminate corruption from its roots. When there is no corruption, the general budget will be used effectively for the public's benefit, as there will be no cash going into the wallets of corrupt individuals or leaving the country. This will automatically benefit the country. The second solution is to utilize the country's resources properly instead of selling them to other countries by establishing industries in our own country. It will increase the employment rate, ultimately decreasing the import rate, resulting in a reduction in inflation. Implement strict price control on essential goods by identifying them, such as...
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8th January 2024 Open letter to Evelyn Welch – Vice Chancellor, University of Bristol (UoB) Regarding the proposed UoB Reparative Futures Programme Dear Evelyn, Re: University of Bristol Proposed Reparative Futures Programme It is with great concern the Afrikan ConneXions Consortium (ACC) and the co-signatories of this letter write in response to the UoB statement released on 28th November 2023 and the further information you provide on your website under the Taking Action page, in particular, your Reparative Futures Programme which you state: “The Reparative Futures programme combined with the University’s institutional commitment to anti-racism and the work of the University's Anti Racism Working Group forms the basis of our ongoing efforts to dismantle all forms...
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"How to Cope When Your Child Can't: Comfort, Help and Hope for Parents" by Roz Shafran, Ursula Saunders, and Alice Welham is a comprehensive guide for parents who are struggling with their child's difficulties. The book is based on extensive research and clinical experience, and it offers practical advice and support for parents facing a wide range of challenges. The book begins by acknowledging the difficult reality that many parents face when their child is struggling. The authors emphasize that parents are not alone, and that there are many resources available to help them cope. They also highlight the importance of self-care for parents, as they cannot effectively support their child if they are not taking care of themselves. The book then goes on to discuss the specific...
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Dear Parents, I am a disgruntled primary teacher. We made a difficult decision to strike this academic year and I know this is beginning to impact more now. The government and media would leave you to believe that we are greedy, self-centred and bone idols. I was called selfish by a parent this week. This is simply ludicrous. Believe it or not, I do have feelings, I do have a heart and I do care about the children I teach… 1. We do not get paid when we choose to withdraw from the classroom 2. We do still have to teach the children the full curriculum regardless of strike days 3. Schools cannot afford pay rises from their current budget 4. Most schools operate in a deficit each year, we do not have money to buy adequate classroom supplies or take children on important trips 5....
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Dear Michigan Commision on Law Enforcement Standards and LEA, I am writing to you today to seek your help in changing the guidelines for officers and educational staff on their level of training and education regarding individuals with intellectual disorders. Officers and teachers are not being provided with adequate education or training to be working hands on with individuals who suffer from an intellectual disorder. Too many individuals have been harmed, whether mentally or physically, in the hands of the people who were supposed to help and protect them. Officers have restrained these individuals, beaten them and have even killed them. The individuals ``unwillingness to follow instructions was taken as resisting and not respecting authority. As a result, the young adult was...
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Dear Iowa Board of Regents, Governor Reynolds, and Iowa House of Representatives, We, former and current Iowans, and other invested individuals, are dismayed at the recent announcement that the Iowa Board of Regents is calling for a stop to new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives at public education institutions as outlined in the Des Moines Register article "Amid legislative pressure, Iowa public universities ordered to pause new diversity programs" on March 14, 2023. The ability for community members to have living and learning experiences that affirm and dignify them is central to community wellness and growth. DEI initiatives work to create a sense of belonging for all of our communities and to rectify the very real harm discrimination causes. There is...
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The field of data science and analytics is popular and in demand nowadays. Businesses can make smarter decisions using data analysis to maximize their potential. The data must be obtained, purified, and examined to glean insightful information. Data analysts use the best programming languages to extract information from structured and unstructured data. Data analytics is a scientific field that uses procedures and algorithms to understand customers' wants. You can learn everything you need about the most widely used programming language for data analysts from this blog. Data analysis: What Is It? Raw data must first be modified, cleaned, and processed before being used in data analysis. In order to make informed decisions, it also extracts relevant information from the data. Data...
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Dear Clark, From the moment you were born, I knew that I was going to love being a big sister. For as long as I can remember, we’ve always gotten along well. I’ve always tried my best to help you do what's best for you. I try to relate my experiences to your life and articulate how I handled various situations in hopes that you apply them to what you are going through. Although this year has been hard on both of us with challenging academic schedules, in addition to you adjusting to a new school, I am really glad that I get to talk to you on the drive home from school every day. I look forward to hearing about your day and all of the crazy things that go on in your head. I know we have spent a lot of time talking about school, and I want you to know that however much pressure you may...
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To those teaching and working at Bishop Rawstorne school. From a concerned ex student. I was conversing with a parent of a child today who has just started attending your school. They shared with me about the half hour lunch breaks and amount of homework children are given at this school. I know from past experience safeguarding/spotting poor mental health/the obvious distress of disabled students and more is ignored in this institution. There are teachers who want to change things and help their students but the systems put in place are causing a lot of distress which is having a knock on effect for your most vulnerable students. I would like to suggest that although in lockdown crime in prisons was at an all time low because the prisoners were locked in their cells. We know...
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To Anyone Willing To Help If you are reading this I hope you are in good spirits. I am a South African who graduated high school with good marks which led me to be able to attend medical school. I soon fell ill in my first year and struggled with my mental health which led to my marks declining. I was subsequently, a few years later, excluded due to finances and being unable to perform academically. I have sought out every treatment regimen offered by the state to no avail as I struggle with depression, generalized anxiety, and social anxiety. We cannot afford any private treatment which means I am stuck struggling every day and losing time to make something of myself. I have a lot of potential and losing my dream of becoming a doctor is heart-wrenching, to say the least. I am...
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