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This poetic material is based on a true story of an african young man who goes astray and later regrets his own makings and doings.
2015 can't wait to see you â˜º
By Charlie Dewatt
This an editorial and my opinion about educational institutions. Inspired by a real story of a student. Please read and share your views with me.
By Charles Gannon
This poem talks about the education system and that not all the issues that take place are the kids fault.
Poetry | Updated Aug 5, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Can't wait to start next year so excited.
By Annie Mouse
Religion has always been a touchy thing for me, mostly because I get extremely heated about the topic. Most people who know me know better than to start an argument about religion with me in the room. I had to rant to myself because I'm having a conflict at the present moment. Read this if you...
By Stephanie Lahart
A must-read book for at-risk and/or troubled teens. An awesome read for parents too.
By Lee Hall
It's a profession that is often overlooked, but without teachers how far would we get? Something all of those who have ever been taught by someone can relate to on whatever level.......
I Already see how many time the world end...
It's not over yet. Because I am still alive, and the world giving me a chance to change everything.
To my friends. I still think of you after a year apart. I hope everything is going well for you all.
By Arturon Gillespie
I was bullied at school, only you would not think it to look at me now. Shaved head, Six feet tall, and 238 muscular pounds, I made the mistake of being very clever, and in school, this can be a crime. Bullies are not only other students; they can be teachers as well, and for a time in your...
FISHING AS THE MAIN SOURCE OF INCOME OF FIFTY FATHERS IN TAMBACAN, ILIGAN CITY: HOW IT AFFECTS THE EDUCATION OF THEIR CHILDREN?
MERIAM PASIGNAJEN SOMBRENO-TELERON
Mindanao State University, Iligan Instituite of Technology
Iligan City, Lanao Del Norte, Philippines
Article | Updated Jun 14, 2014 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Long the nerd. At least that is what it seems.
Note: Not sure if you realize that I live in a rather modest environment. Any of my friends would understand that the ending definitely puts them "together".
By Hazel Espinar
The first book in â€œThe Last Biomeâ€ series of fast-paced adventure novels starts with four young children who, prompted by their discovery of a strange white frog, accidentally open a pathway to a parallel world called Norefole. There they learn that some Norefolians have been...
Itâ€™s not merely enough that sex education gets introduced. There has to be a greater space for assimilation of sexual beliefs besides channelization of sexual desires.