Author: Lynn Cunningham

Essay of Paying It Forward Theme in The Catholic Social Teaching

In the movie Pay It Forward, there are many great examples of good morals that we could and should use every day in our lives. More specifically, there are multiple themes of Catholic Social teaching displayed throughout the film. Though all of these are significant, the most prominent theme can be said to be the…

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Study Techniques

HELPFUL ESSAY OF ONLINE EDUCATION FOR INSURANCE AGENTS READ HERE

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Getting an Online Master’s Degree Program Tips

After a couple of years in college, it’s nice to refresh and at the same time widen one’s knowledge about his chosen career, right? At the present time, there are online master’s degree programs for the people that are looking to earn it; it’s a big help to those who want to have their master’s…

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Helpful Essay of Online Education for Insurance Agents

Insurance business in the modern day is a thoroughly professional activity where insurance brokers, agents and consultants have to operate in a highly competitive environment. It is the reason that proper knowledge of the subject is essential for the success in the business for anyone. People concerned have to be very dynamic in collection of…

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Hillary Clinton and Education

I really like a lot of what Hillary Clinton has to say about education reforms but I’m not sure how she plans to accomplish all of her goals.  However, that isn’t the point at the moment.  I’m sure once the democrats have settled who is going to be their candidate more program specifics will be…

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First Year Teacher

I have a bit of a theme going lately, back to school.  I was thinking about all the first year teachers my old school just hired and was then thinking about my first year teaching.  I got very lucky my first year when I found an experienced teacher who took me under her wing.  She…

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New Education Study

A new education study shows that lower performing students do better when they are in a class with higher performing students.  This study was done in London but I can see how it could be useful in America as well.  In my school district we do not have a policy that requires schools to place…

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FCAT Reading Camp

If you want some detailed information (or a general idea at least) of what I mean when I say FCAT reading camp you can check out a news article about one in Orange County here. If you aren’t from Florida you should know that the FCAT is our standardized test that is given to make…

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Clinton, Obama, and McCain on Education.

I found a website that gives some specific answers to what Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John McCain think about various issues in education.   It is made up of questions that have been put to each of them over the years and their responses, statements they have made, as well as how they have…

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Healthy School Lunches

Okay, first I should tell you that the healthy school lunch isn’t to be found in an American public school.  Chef Dominique Valadier is the man who purchases the majority of the food served at the school within a thirty mile radius of the school and then prepares it with little or no frozen ingredients….

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