This story shows the ongoing cycle of the need to help and the lack of understanding and the disconnect the world has towards refugees and immigrants.
The Palestinian cause has shifted in recent years toward a subtler characteristic of going through a rainstorm with feet dragging in sloshed mud that might clear up then get hit by yet another downfall. It is endless, and it is tireless on some ends, but the ends do not seem to… Continue reading Palestinian Political Revolution: Determined Connection to the World
There are plenty of studies that aim at providing scientific proof that our youth are affected by popular culture. Most studies though have been found to be inconclusive. However, our youth’s response to outside influences has shown significant evidence of weakened self-achievement. Our youth’s behavior is learned and a mark of societal standards. These standards are… Continue reading Societal Norms, Impact on Our Youth
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When you get what you want in your struggle for pelf, And the world makes you king for a day, Then go to the mirror and look at yourself, And see what that man has to say. For it isn’t a man’s father, mother or wife, Whose judgement upon him must…
“Teachers instill a sense of wonderment in their students, not to make them think like them, but to allow for a sense of curiosity in their learning.” Sometimes being a teacher can be challenging. One of those challenges is connecting with all students. Most teachers say that knowing their students on a more personal level… Continue reading Connecting with Our Students
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