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Well, duh.

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Sorry bud. Your job is going to China.

‘No Child Left Behind creates schools obsessed with test preparation’

My dog could have told you this 4 years ago.

I’m working on a few plans to fix this though, I’ll run them by all of you on here.

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January 22, 2008 at 7:56 pm

Group Discussion: Why does citizenship matter?

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Does it even matter?

Citizenship describes a way of life in which people pursue shared goals for society, recognize limits to government powers and participate in political processes; where people are entitled to pursue economic well-being and loyalty and solidarity among people is nurtured. A collective sense of citizenship takes account of diversity and protects the legal and human rights of each person especially members of minority groups. As democratic societies evolve, so does their understanding of citizenship.

Citizenship is the legal status of belonging to a state, but equally important citizenship also is about how we live together in our communities and the larger society. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by canasian

January 17, 2008 at 9:21 am