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The History and Advantages of Suspension Bridges

- A bridge is a structure that is used to cross an obstacle such as a river, a channel, a valley or a highway. The simplest kind of bridge is a tree trunk that has fallen across a stream or a set of twisted ropes and bamboo poles suspended (hanging) over a river. The latter is an example of early suspension bridges. Such bridges are still used in remote areas of many parts of the world like Asia, Africa and South America. The modern, strong, sophisticated suspension bridges are the result of the work of a German-born engineer called John Roebling....   [tags: history]

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Control of an Automobile Suspension System

- ... In addition to its major importance in vehicle suspension systems Automatic control is also useful in the numerical control of machine tools andin the manufacturing industries and in the design of cars and trucks in the automobile industries. 1.2 SYSTEM VARIABLES: An automobile suspension system is one which is responsible for a safety and smooth driving of the vehicle by avoiding disturbances, caused by small pits and holes on the road. The suspension carries the whole weight of the vehicle on the tires, so it should have some active and semi active components to increase its performance and to adapt for various driving conditions....   [tags: project, system, cars, industry]

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The Past and Future of Suspension Bridges

- For many centuries, mankind has worked tirelessly to adapt his environment to his needs. This means artificially fertilizing soil, genetically engineering plants, even attempting to create rain artificially (Mone). However, sometimes, water has gotten in the way, so, when man wants to build his roads across them, his solution was: Pick up the road and carry it across. Many suspension bridges are already well known for their frequent usage. For example, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, the Union Bridge connecting England to Scotland, and the Brooklyn Bridge, which expands New York City to surrounding islands....   [tags: Bridges, engineering, ]

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Research Report On School Suspension

- Field Notes, according to Schwandt (2015), alludes to notes made by the researcher amid the demonstration of qualitative fieldwork to recall and record the practices, exercises, occasions, and different elements of an observation. Field notes are expected to be perused by the researcher as proof to deliver meaning and a comprehension of the culture, social circumstance, or phenomenon being concentrated on. The notes may constitute the entire information gathered for an exploration study or add to it, for example, when field notes supplement ordinary meeting information....   [tags: Education, Student, The Work, Sit-in]

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The Goals Of An Effective School Suspension

- The goals of an effective In School Suspension (ISS) program should include strategies, policies and practices that hold students accountable for their actions and education. Our ISS program will be more effective next year, because I plan to focus more on the educational and social needs of students who are frequently suspended and have both academic and behavioral problems. There should not be any days off when it comes to their education. I plan to seek suggestions from administration, teachers and staff on ways to improve our In School Suspension program and implement changes after discussing it with the AP responsible for ISS....   [tags: Education, Human behavior, Behavior, Psychology]

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Suspension Bridge at Location D

- ... Suspension bridges are visually appealing and light yet strong and durable. Suspension bridges are made from enormous cables that reach from one end of the bridge to the other. These cables rest on top of high towers and swoop down. They are fastened by anchorages that are on both ends of the bridge, which help stabilize the bridge. Most of the weight of the bridge is carried by wires that drop to the road surface from the main cables. These wires help evenly allocate the weight of the bridge and keep the cables sturdily in place....   [tags: bridge, ocean, distance]

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The Clifton Suspension Bridge

- ... It’s been the venue for significant cultural events like the first modern bungee jump in 1979, the last Concorde flight in 2003 and a handover for the Olympic Torch relay in 2012. This bridge has made a rather small city in England notable because of its long lasting structure. The bridge towers are not identical in design. The Clifton tower has sides cut-outs, the Leigh tower has more pointed arches. The 25metre tall Leigh Woods tower stands on top a 34 metre red sandstone-clad abutment. In 2002 it was people found out that the tower was not a solid as it could but it did contain 12 vaulted chambers up to 11 metres high, linked by only shafts and tunnels....   [tags: bristol, england, arch bridge]

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Suspension Systems

- Hundreds of thousands of people own a car, or some sort of motor vehicle, all around the world. Whether it is a car, truck, or even motorcycle, every one of them has a suspension system, but the type of suspension system all depends on the type of the vehicle. Besides the normal every day cars, there are many other vehicle types that people like to buy to play around with, such as dirt bikes and go karts. To make the best ride, an independent suspension system is the best choice. There are many different types of independent suspension systems, but the double wishbone, or A-arm system, and the Macpherson strut are the two most popular....   [tags: Automobiles]

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The Change Between Suspension Bridges Before 1940 and Suspension Bridges Today

- Suspension bridges were important before 1940 and are still important today. Major cities such as San Francisco, and Manhattan both have a suspension bridge. Suspension bridges are,” a bridge having a deck suspended from cables anchored at their extremities and usually raised on towers” (dictionary.com). Due to the fact that suspension bridges are not completely supported throughout the length of the bridge, past bridges were unsafe. For example, the Tacoma Narrows Bridge was a suspension bridge opened on July 1st, 1940 (Mark Ketchum)....   [tags: wind tunnel, bridges, tacoma narrows]

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Sleep : The Natural Periodic Suspension Of Consciousness

- Shanel Garber Literature Review Dr. Shijian Li Senior Seminar Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines sleep as the natural periodic suspension of consciousness during which the powers of the body are restored (sleep. 2016. In Merriam-Webster.com.). Sleep is an essential biological function with major roles in recovery, energy conservation, and survival. Sleep also appears to be important for vital function such as neural development, learning, memory, emotional regulation, cardiovascular and metabolic function, and cellular toxin removal....   [tags: Sleep, Sleep deprivation, Sleep apnea]

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In School Suspension

- In School Suspension On my first day at Dunn Middle School, I learned that I had the gifted and talented classes, and assumed that discipline would be no problem for me. There was minimal chatter and the students seemed eager to learn. When I walked in on the second day, my co-op handed me a sheet of paper with the suspensions listed. This floored me, the infractions included fighting and sexual harassment. Over the next few weeks I saw that both out of school and in school suspensions were given a lot....   [tags: Discipline Punishment Education Essays]

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Abraham Lincoln and the Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus

- Seven slave states seceded from the Union once Abraham Lincoln was elected president in 1860. Four more states joined when hostilities first began to erupt between North and South. This conflict transformed into a bloody civil war, one that saw brothers fight against brothers, and cost over 600,000 American lives. President Lincoln was determined to preserve the Union and fight the rebels. In these efforts, President Lincoln abused his enumerated powers and violated one of the fundamental rights of the nation he was trying to preserve when he suspended the writ of habeas corpus and ignored the Supreme Court while unreasonably defending his own illegal actions....   [tags: Law, Violation]

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Solid Axle versus Independent Front Suspension

- There are many differences between solid axles and independent front suspension and how they are both widely used throughout the four-wheel drive world whether on a truck or an SUV and even from the roughest terrain to cruising down the highway. The different types of axle also affects the way a truck or SUV handles while towing a heavy load down the road, either gravel or on a paved surface. Solid axles are most usually built using top grade materials such as chromoly and high tensile Pittsburg steel....   [tags: automotive mechanics]

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Literary Analysis : ' Frankenstein ' And ' The ' Willing Suspension Of Disbelief '

- Texts of the Romanticism era aim to emancipate the ideological values of the enlightenment in revolt to the products of the Age of Reason and exalted the limitless boundaries of creativity through the immeasurable capability of the imagination. The Romantic artist indulges in the gratification they can derive from the supreme faculty of the mind, allowing engagement of social and moral issues through what Coleridge saw as the ‘esemplastic power’ of the imagination. Coleridge’s Beliefs, as one of the earliest romantic poets, heavily influenced the idealized perception of subsequent Romantics artists....   [tags: Romanticism, Mary Shelley]

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Supreme Court Case: Tinker V. Des Moines Independent Community School District

- Many Supreme Court cases in the United States have reassured its citizens’ rights. One of those cases was that of the 1965 Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District case. This case was about five students who were suspended from school for wearing black armbands. Should the students have been suspended. The Tinker v. Des Moines case was a very controversial Supreme Court case in which the right to freedom of speech and expression for students in public schools was violated. Mary Beth Tinker was only thirteen years old in December of 1964 when she and four other students were suspended from school because they wore black armbands....   [tags: student suspension]

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Cryonic Suspension

- Cryonics      Suzie Q, a twenty-five year old woman, is dying of AIDS. When she learned this, she heard about something called cryonic suspension. A cryonist at the hospital where she gets treatment told her how cryonics freezes people when they are pronounced dead. When the cure for AIDS is developed, she would then be revived and able to start a new life. Suzie Q decided to participate in cryonic suspension and spent her life savings to pay for the freezing process. Five years later, Suzie Q died....   [tags: Argumentative Science Scientific Essays Death]

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Automobile Suspension Systems

- Vehicle suspension is the system of springs and dampers that controls vertical oscillations of the vehicle, determining ride comfort and operating safety. With the technology available today, there are three different functions that can be accomplished with adjustable, electronically controlled suspension. The simplest suspension adjustment is load-leveling used to control ride height for towing and carrying a heavy load in the trunk. Early versions, such as Packards in the fifties, utilized torsion bar rear springs....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Clifton Suspension Bridge

- Clifton Suspension Bridge The Clifton Suspension Bridge is located in Bristol England, and spans the beautiful Avon gorge. This bridge has become the symbol of Bristol much like the Eiffel tower has of Paris, and the Opera house has of Sydney. The story of the Clifton Suspension Bridge began in 1754 with the dream of a Bristol wine merchant who donated his life savings to build a bridge over the gorge. To decide on a suitable design for the bridge a competition was held. Thomas Telford, the leading civil architect of the time was the judge....   [tags: History Historical Bridge Architecture Essays]

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Lincoln’s Presidential Executive Order - Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus

- A presidential executive order is an instruction issued by the President of the United States in exercising the constitutional authority vested in him to pass executive orders. This authority is derived from Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution of the United States of America, which means the presidential executive order has the power to become a law. Presidents have been mostly using presidential executive orders to issue directives in regard to managing the ways in which the federal government functions....   [tags: executive branch, president Lincoln]

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Excessive Suspension of Disbelief: Raymond Jean's La Lectrice

- Excessive Suspension of Disbelief: Raymond Jean's La Lectrice When I begin a class in fiction or poetry, I always talk for a few minutes about the various purposes of literature: escape, didactic, and interpretive. I tell my students that escape literature is a wonderful way to forget our problems for a while (less dangerous than drugs, alcohol, careless sex, or driving), but that escape literature can be harmful if one expects one's personal life to be as exciting, successful, or romantic as that in escape fiction....   [tags: Escape Literature]

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Criminalization at School: Zero-Tolerance Discipline Policies Might Be Damaging to Students

- ... Research has confirmed that fewer attention and resources to students yield poor educational achievement and poor behavioral outcomes. The inadequacies of failing schools such as a lack of experienced teachers and guidance counselors, advanced instruction, early intervention programs, extracurricular activities, and safe, well equipped facilities. Moreover, the overuse of suspensions, expulsions and arrests is itself a reflection of this lack of resources. Ultimately, under-resourced schools force many of its students into second-class educational environments that neglect their needs and make them feel disengaged from their schools (NAACP, 2005)....   [tags: suspension, dropout, and incarceration]

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The Millau Viaduct and The Hampden Bridge

- ... One of the great engineering feats when building this bridge was the use of steel. Despite its maximum height of 343m span of 2.46km, 280m above the valley floor, the bridge is actually quite light. 242,000 tonnes seems like a lot but without the use of steel on the structure, this bridge would have been more than twice as heavy. Steel is a much stronger material than concrete, so can support more weight with less mass. The actual road deck, which is comprised almost entirely of steel, only weighs 36,000 tonnes....   [tags: tallest suspension bridge, wagga]

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Polaris versus Ski Doo

- Brp, the sound of a favorite way to pass the winter months by many, snowmobiling. There is just one problem when it comes around to snowmobiling through, which one is the best buy. According to my research, arctic cat and Yamaha are definitely out of the race, as for Polaris and Ski Doo, they run very close, but Polaris beats Ski Doo by just enough in every category of part and build “Polaris Sled Review” Nov. 4th 2013, Nov. 28th 2013, Snowest.com Polaris from the beginning set out to not only beat themselves with new designs but also every competitor....   [tags: snowmobiling, aerodynamic, suspension]

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The Physics of Bridges

- ... The further the supports become due to the stretching of the bridge, the weaker the beam bridge becomes, so they only span to approximately 76.2 meters on average. Therefore, this type of bridge must be able to resist twisting and bending when a heavy load is on it. Reinforced concrete and steel beams are most commonly used to make these bridges. The reinforced concrete which is strong in compression is combined with the steel beams, which strengthen the concrete in tension. These bridges can hold anything from people to cars; despite their simplicity, they can still be useful and inexpensive to build....   [tags: beam, truss, arch, suspension]

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Santa Cruz Bicycles

- ... It did not take too long for SCB’s engineering team to realize that they need an alternate Product Lifecycle process to bring their innovations and design excellency to market much faster and gain competitive advantage over others. After a close evaluation the engineering team finalized on PTC’s Pro/Engineer 3D. According to Graney, the engineering & quality director at Santa Cruz bicycles, the vision behind choosing PTC’s software was - Scalability, Capacity and Integration. This meant that they could not only meet the current and future engineering / design needs but also produce complex modelling in a much easier and robust manner....   [tags: new suspension system, prototype]

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Forigiving Myself After School Suspension

- Alcohol is a volatile flammable liquid that is the intoxicating constituent of wine, beer, spirits, and other drinks. It is also used as an industrial solvent and as fuel (Dictionary) . Alcohol is a legal drug in the form of liquid that changes the way we feel, think and act. Pure alcohol such as vodka is a colorless drink. It is Odorless and inflammable fluid. Alcohol can be separated into two separate groups: what actually happens ,and what is expected to happen. For example when a person is out with their friends , they might have a lot to drink....   [tags: alcohol, university, setback]

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Should Dress Codes be Allowed in Schools

- School dress codes across the nation are becoming ridiculous and students are being reprimanded for no reason at all. School dress codes have always been active throughout every school system but lately, these rules are being taken too far. These students don’t deserve to be punished for wearing clothes that express their personality. Every school year begins with the same thing; students are issued the dress code policy. Dress code policies include rules about what type of clothes, jewelry, hair styles, and anything else that can be placed on one’s body....   [tags: suspension, school policy, patients]

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Teaching Strategies For High School Suspensions

- An Effective but Exhausting Alternative to High-School Suspensions Systematic change among educational leaders includes the examination of effectiveness of many cogs in an organizations’ wheel. Improving all of these small pieces, which come together to make a whole organization, is imperative in improving effective teaching strategies and student learning and achievement in the education system. Educational leadership, school culture, mission, vision, discipline, appropriate professional development, and curriculum encompass just a few of these cogs necessary for appropriate and positive change....   [tags: Education, School, Teacher, High school]

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Ways of Viewing "Animal Farm": Historical Allegory, Fable, and Suspension of Disbelief

- Animal farm tells the story of a group of animals rebelling successfully against the previous owner, Mr Jones, who was considered to be a tyrant of animal/manor farm. The farm was planned to be communist place but because of most of the animals gullibility and unintelligence the pigs who where smarter took control and made a hierarchy and exploited the animals. Then eventually the pigs became more like humans doing things like walking on two legs and wearing cloths. However would animal farm be more interesting as a historical allegory of a simple fable....   [tags: animal farm, george orwell, fables,]

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Performance Enhancing Drugs: Winning: No Matter the Cost

- In our society today view winning as something just more important than the game itself. Winning brings attention, popularity, scouts, girls/guys, and not to mention the scholarship’s athletes can earn as a result of the attention their team receives after a winning season, or for just having the ability. In the past decade or two athletes have been and are always looking for something that will separate them from the competition to gain the upper hand, to win. The usage, amongst athletes, of performance enhancing drugs continues to increase....   [tags: athletes, popularity, suspension]

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The Many Contributions of Abraham Lincoln

- Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States of America and is still one of the most highly respected presidents of our country. He grew up with very little and he was no stranger to hard work. Abraham Lincoln never wavered from striving to better himself through reading just about anything he could get his hands on, to just simply being honest. Often times pitched as the “Great Emancipator” for his work on the Emancipation Proclamation, he took the first presidential step in the official ending of slavery....   [tags: Emancipation, Habeas Corpus Suspension]

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The Restriction of Civil Liberties during Times of National Crisis

- How would you feel if your individual rights and freedoms were stripped from you during a national crisis. In many countries, the people’s individual rights and freedoms are supposed to be protected by the government. But, in some cases, those individual rights and freedoms were taken away from the people during a national crisis. Some examples of these actions are Hitler overtaking complete control over Germany and outlying country’s, the Japanese internment during WW 2, and the FLQ crisis in 1970....   [tags: Suspension of Civil Rights]

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Abolishing Corporal Punishment in the United States Schools

- ... It wasn't working. Hitting children did not seem to improve their behavior. It seemed in fact to be reinforcing the very behaviors I was attempting to eliminate." Advocates of corporal punishment view it as a fast and effective procedure as opposed to a time consuming suspension. Father Philip Berrigan, a teacher at St. Augustine High school in New Orleans, expresses how beneficial corporal punishment served him as a teacher: "Sometimes we sent a student to the principal's office for a paddling, and I have seen a marvelous clearing of the air with a simple whack on the butt....   [tags: discipline, suspensions, office, paddling]

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The Romans and Greeks: The Olympics

- The Olympics Everyone knows what the Olympics is. It’s probably the one of the most anticipated events on television ever. People gather around their TV, with snacks and drinks. And enjoy the winnings of their country. No one really thinks about where this all started when watching the games. Or how it came to be. People often think the Romans came up with the Olympics. The Romans and Greeks did have similar styles, but the Greeks started it first. They Olympics has come a long way. Dated back to 776 B.C....   [tags: olympia, cheating, supension]

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Creating Liquid from Non-liquid Foods

- For non-liquid foods, the microbial cells must be released from the food matrix into a liquid diluent or growth medium before separation and concentration can be attempted. Then the pathogenic target(s) can be identified and enumerated by either conventional or rapid detection techniques. Filtration has been suggested as a relatively simple, economical and fast way of separating and concentrating microbial cells from large volumes of aqueous food suspensions. Food matrix materials that may interfere with the rapid detection methods can be simultaneously eliminated so as to avoid false-negative results....   [tags: filter, pathogens, suspensions]

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Reading The Seattle Public School Hand Book It Was Learned

- While reading the Seattle public school hand book it was learned that they encourage a positive learning environment for their students. When it comes to their due process requirements prior to a short-term suspension it was mentioned that the principal and the assistant principal are the ones that make the decision on whether the student should be suspended or not. It all depends on the condition of how the rule was broken. A short term suspension goes into effect as soon the principal and assistant principal approves it....   [tags: Term, Time, Trial, Teacher]

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Aseptic Techniques Used Throughout The Duration Of The Experiment

- Aseptic techniques were used throughout the duration of the experiment. A stock plate of yeast was obtained and using a loop a small amount of the yeast was suspended into a 10 ml water in a small vial to give a cloudy suspension. This was labelled “Stock Yeast." The optical density (OD) of the suspension at 545 nm was measured in a spectrophotometer using distilled water as the optical blank. The operation of the spectrophotometer was demonstrated. NOTE: the spectrophotometer readings that were taken on cell suspensions were only accurate between 0.2 and 0.3 OD units....   [tags: Ultraviolet, DNA, Mutation]

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Biochemical Reactions and Enzyme Kinetics

- Enzyme Kinetics Enzymes are described as the organic catalysts, which increase the rate of reaction of a biochemical reaction. Enzymes are proteins that speed up the rate of reaction without being used up, and therefore they are reusable (Jonathan, 2012). The enzyme studied in this lab was succinate dehydrogenase. Enzyme kinetics is the study of how biological catalysts increase the reaction rate in reactions. Without the catalysts, the biological procedures necessary for organisms would not continue at a rate that could sustain life....   [tags: proteins, mitochondria, dna]

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Hartford Public Schools ( Hps ) Implements Exclusionary Discipline Practices

- Hartford Public Schools (HPS) implements exclusionary discipline practices such as out-of-school suspension and expulsion disproportionately and excessively against Black students, especially males. In the 2009-2010 school year 52.3 percent of Black students enrolled in K-12 schools in HPS faced suspension or expulsion at least once. This percentage climbs to 64.8 percent for Black males. These numbers dwarf the rates for white students (16.3 percent) and white males (21 percent). Several studies in varied contexts across the United States show that a higher frequency or more serious level of misbehavior by Black students cannot entirely explain the racial disparities in discipline....   [tags: Education, Psychology, High school, Behavior]

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Tony Bosch and Biogenesis

- Throughout the late 90’s to now, baseball has begun to be way more exciting than it was before players were introduced to growth hormones. Baseballs are hit deeper and so are needles. The dirty work by the Major Leaguers has begun to kill the integrity of the game and fill the fans up with shame. Baseball is never the same when the people playing the game are cheating and trying to get the easy way out. And for everything you do there has to be a consequence, and the 13 players who tested positive for human growth hormones faced 50 or more game suspensions....   [tags: hormones, baseball, drugs, performance]

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Prison And Foster Care For Prison Pipelines

- In Figure 1, we see a common theme in both the school to prison and foster care to prison pipelines, in both setting youth of color are being harshly sanctioned. It states that minority boys are being harshly disciplined from school to prison. In Russell Skiba (2014), “Failure of Zero Tolerance,” he states that out of school suspension and expulsion were seen at a higher rate for minor infractions like insubordination and other behavioral violations. While on the other hand, 30% of foster care youth entering the criminal justice system are for “behavioral cases.” School-to-Prison Pipeline The most controversial points in the discussion of trends is the zero tolerance policy....   [tags: High school, Crime]

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Ruining Baseball With Steroids?

- Ruining Baseball with Steroids The game of baseball has always been known as “Americas Favorite Pastime”. Over the years that have gone bye, the sport America loves and cherishes has been leaked as a game played by cheaters. Over the past fifteen or so years Major League Baseball has had over a hundred players test positive for performance-enhancing drugs. Many of the game’s best players to ever play the sport have been tainted by the use of steroids. Children from every state in America look at these athletes as role models, and I was a part of these many children....   [tags: Barry Bonds, Major League Baseball, Home run]

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Resortive Justice to Discipline Students

- Introduction For a long time it was thought that there is only one way to discipline students. But recently a new method has arisen and is becoming ever more popular. It is restorative justice. This method involves restorative practises that are meant to teach long term lessons while it’s opposite, zero-tolerance, is more of a short term solution. Zero-tolerance is punitive punishment for unruly behaviour that often consists of detention, suspension and expulsion. There are mixed views on which of these methods are better to use on students....   [tags: Long Term Lessons, Short Term Solutions]

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Reasons of the Failure of Tacoma Narrows Bridge

- Thesis: In order to prevent the collapse of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, all the static and dynamic strains should have been taken into account which would have involved proper consideration of effects of environmental conditions, building materials and design. I. Environmental conditions A. Effects and behavior of winds 1. Moderate winds, large oscillations 2. Wind effects on bridges 3. Transfer of wind 4. Vortices 5. Vortex streets 6. Vortex shredding 7. Frequency II. Building materials A. Properties of materials 1....   [tags: engineering tragedies]

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Correlation Between Learning Disabilities, Juvenile Delinquency And Crime

- The Correlation between Learning Disabilities, Juvenile Delinquency and Crime People with learning disabilities come from different social, economic, race and ethnic groups. Like any other disorders, learning disabilities does not discriminate. It can affect people from any backgrounds, social or economic group. A learning disability is hard to explain due to having many definitions and depending on who you ask. Many people have the option that a person with a learning disability may have low intelligence and not intelligently smart....   [tags: High school, Secondary school, Education, College]

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Nissan GTR vs. Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

- As a car enthusiast you can agree that the GTR and the ZR1 are both amazing sports cars. Having a sports car is all about going fast. The GTR and the ZR1 are both fast cars but one is better that the other. It's not all about going fast in a straight line handling is also key. Track days in America are on the rise and having a fun sports car makes it all the better. And the Nissan and Chevy are both track inspired cars. These cars are both in the hundred thousand dollar range so they are both good competitors....   [tags: Performance, Specifications, Race Cars]

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Learning Disabilities : A Learning Disability

- People with learning disabilities come from different social economic race ethnic groups. Like any other disorders, Learning disabilities does not discriminate. It can affect people from any backgrounds, social or economic group. A learning disability is hard to explain due to it having many definitions depending on whom you are asking. Many people have the options on what is a learning disability and who has it. Some may believe that a person with a learning disability may have low intelligent and not intelligently smart....   [tags: High school, Education, Educational psychology]

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Mercedes-Benz CL-Class v/s BMW 3

- MERC v/s the BMW: Mercedes-Benz CL-Class 500: Engine Engine Type V-Type Engine Engine Description 5.5L 388bhp V8 Engine Displacement (cc) 5461 No. of Cylinders 8 Maximum Power 388@6,000 (PS@rpm) Maximum Torque 54@2,800-4,800 (kgm@rpm) Valves per Cylinder 4 Valve Configuration DOHC Fuel Supply System SEFI Bore x Stroke 98 x 90.5 mm Compression Ratio 10.7:1 Transmission Transmission Type Automatic Gear box 7 Speed Drive Type RWD Overdrive Yes Suspension System Front Suspension 4-link with antilift control & stabilizer bar Rear Suspension Independent Multi-link with an...   [tags: Automobile Analysis ]

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The Craft of Using Jade in China

- From the prehistoric period, due to its luminous translucency and tough quality, jade was deemed precious. Hence, in China it had a sacrosanct position and was predominantly carved for decorative and ritual purposes, rather than for utilitarian uses. Among the Chinese jade cultures in the Neolithic period, the Hongshan culture, located in an extensive area ranging from Inner Mongolia to western Liaoning province, marked the heyday. This northeastern Neolithic culture with distinctive features in jade craft gave birth to coiled dragons....   [tags: ornamental, dragon, culture]

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The Golden Gate Bridge

- Sometimes heralded as the most spectacular bridge in the world, the Golden Gate Bridge seemed like an impossible task a century ago. Around San Francisco, any kind of infrastructure built would have to withstand the fierce winds, fog, and any earthquake. Bridges around the area would also have to withstand the tides. Yet, to Joseph Strauss, none of these destructive powers bothered his willingness to create such a triumphant bridge. Completed only 5 months after the promised date in 1937 and a total cost of $27 million, the Golden Gate Bridge benefitted society not only around the San Francisco area, but also around the world....   [tags: San Francisco landmarks]

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Should Prison Be Reformed?

- Coming from a strict Indian family, getting a disciplinary referral from school was absolutely unacceptable. I always followed the rules and did what was expected for me. I managed to avoid any punishment throughout my educational career, riding on the fear of the consequences. In high school, I spent many of my afternoons walking to different rooms to ask my teachers questions or to go to club meetings. I would frequently pass by the room in the middle of the school with large glass windows: the detention room....   [tags: Education, Education in the United States, Teacher]

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How Haley Was An Incompetent Driver Under Alabama Common Law

- II. The court will likely find that Haley was an incompetent driver under Alabama common Law Incompetency goes to reliability in all that is essential to make up a reasonably safe person. Rush v. McDonnell, 106 So. 175, 177 (1925). The incompetence of a driver is measured by the driver’s demonstrated ability to properly drive a vehicle. Halford v. Alamo Rent-A-Car, LLC, 921 So. 2d 409, 414 (Ala. 2005). One who is habitually negligent may, on that account, be incompetent. Crotwell v. Cowan, 184 So....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Traffic law]

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Mitigate the Vehicle Collision by Aiding of Vehicle Dynamics Control Systems

- Abstract In this study, a unique vehicle dynamic/crash mathematical model is proposed and developed to study the effect of vehicle dynamics on vehicle crash scenarios. Anti-lock braking system (ABS) and Active suspension (AS) control system are also co-simulated with the mathematical model to optimize the vehicle dynamic characteristics for imminent impact in a way that help improve vehicle impact characteristics and mitigate its collision. Validation of the vehicle crash structure in the proposed mathematical model is achieved to ensure that the modelling of crumble zone gives accurate results....   [tags: Vehicle Safety ]

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Using Behavior Analysis For Autism Spectrum Disorders

- In considering the principle that accounts for Marsha 's refusal to work, I noted that a Chapter 3 PowerPoint slide states Applied Behavior Analysis Principal II as “Behavior is strengthened or maintained by reinforcement.” The “Punished by Rewards” podcast also explains how negative reinforcements, just like positive reinforcements, cause behavior to maintain or increase. Clearly Marcia is experiencing an increase in classroom behaviors over time. Unfortunately, the increase has been in inappropriate behaviors....   [tags: Reinforcement, Operant conditioning, Behavior]

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The National Education Association ( Nea )

- The National Education Association (NEA) was established in 1857. The NEA was made "to elevate the character and advance the interests of the profession of teaching and to promote the cause of popular education in the United States" (“Our Long”). As of now the NEA is focusing on issues such as, “human and civil rights, college affordability, and education funding.” (“Issues”) One of the group’s main goal/mission is to “advocate for education professionals and to unite our members and the nation to fulfill the promise of public education to prepare every student to succeed in a diverse and interdependent world.” (“NEA’s”) When becoming a member of the NEA there are five different types of...   [tags: High school, Higher education, Education]

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The School Of Prison Pipeline

- The school to prison pipeline is an under discussed topic in the field of education. The statistics and research that support the reality of the school to prison pipeline are petrifying. The intention of the education system should be to set all learners up for success, not place learners on a fast track to the local penitentiary. Throughout this course, I developed a greater understanding via research and class discussions that allowed me to uncover the causes, effects and methods of prevention the school-to-prison pipeline....   [tags: Prison, Education, Criminal justice, High school]

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How Schools Are Getting It Wrong On School Discipline?

- Before a change in the school system can occur and be effective , everybody involves must be ready to embrace it . Much emphasis , both theoretical and empirical has been placed on school discipline reform from outside through different government policies and educational laws but little has been said on how the school (The implementer ) can be shaped and reform from within , by focusing on the school-based restorative approach . The above introduction shows how schools are getting it wrong on school discipline , policy and educational laws which later have an adverse effect on the society (family and the community ) who are the agent of child development and socialization ....   [tags: High school, Education, Secondary school, College]

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A Fight Aganist Public Schools Strict Dress Codes

- ... Unfortunately, one of Elizabeth Forward’s more strict policies prohibits students from wearing tank tops; students must wear some type of sweater that covers their shoulders if they desire to wear a tank top to school. Over the years there has been confusion over what violates the dress code – some teachers would say that students could wear a tank top if the he or she could fit three fingers in the width of the strap, while other teachers would say that any type of tank top, regardless of the width of the strap, was prohibited....   [tags: uniforms, temperature, trends, hypocrisy]

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Civil Liberties vs the War on Terror

- Few debates have been as politically charged, and as nationally important, as the debate surrounding the writ of habeas corpus as it pertains to detainees that are a byproduct of the ongoing War on Terror. The words “habeas corpus” are Latin in origin and can be literally translated as “have the body in court.” The writ of habeas corpus is designed to prevent unlawful detention and other forms of judicial malpractice. Specifically, it is meant to eliminate the possibility of a person being detained without sufficient evidence with regards to the crime in which they are charged....   [tags: Writ Habeas Corps]

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Structural Functionalism And Its Impact On Society

- Symbolic interaction is micro-sociology that influences how we interact with other individuals. Structural functionalism is the macro-sociology that influences how a community function in society through dysfunction. Symbolic interaction theorists would look at disproportionate school discipline incommensurable than structural functionalist. Symbolic Interaction is the individual interactions between people and how that influences their behavior. Those individual interactions between people is what influence society....   [tags: Sociology, Functionalism, Social theory]

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Structural Functionalism And Its Impact On Society

- Symbolic interaction is microsociology that influences how we interact with other individuals. Structural functionalism is the macrosociology that influences how a community function in society through dysfunction. Symbolic interaction theorists would look at disproportionate school discipline incommensurable than structural functionalist. Symbolic interaction is the individual interactions between people and how that influences their behavior. Those individual interactions between people is what influence society....   [tags: Sociology, Functionalism, Social theory]

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School Shootings And Its Effects On Society

- Throughout the years, schools have evolved in the methods they use to punish students for misbehavior. In the old days, it was a slap on the wrist or public shaming by sitting in the corner of the classroom. Then, as the years passed, the methods progressed into a trip to the principal’s office or a call home to the parents. Nowadays, troubled students are being pulled out of public schools and pushed into the juvenile justice system. This process is called the school-to-prison pipeline. The primary cause of the pipeline is zero tolerance policies....   [tags: Special education, Special school]

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Ohio Professional Licensure Code of Conduct

- The Ohio Professional Licensure code of conduct is a list of eight principles laying out how educator should act on school property and within in the community. The reason is that as educator we are to sever as positive role models for the students that we teach and supervisor over. The State of Ohio has set up these principle to make sure that we as educator are providing the highest quality of education possible to ours student so that they can excel in education with the best educators Ohio has to offer....   [tags: Principles, Educator Behavior]

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Zero Tolerance Policies in American Schools

- In all grades of education, from kindergarten to college, there is a form of discipline known as a zero tolerance policy. While the exact wording is different from school to school, basically a zero tolerance policy means that a student is immediately suspended, asked to attend an alternative school, or expelled if they are suspected or caught doing certain things. These policies are in place to hopefully deter students from doing drugs or being violent, but the ethics behind them are questionable....   [tags: zero tolerance, drug policy, school rules]

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Factors that Affect the Period of a Pendulum

- Factors that Affect the Period of a Pendulum Purpose: To determine the factor(s) that affect the period of a pendulum. Hypothesis: The factors that I think will affect the period of the pendulum are the displacement and the suspended mass because if the mass of the bob is a lot than it will take more force for the pendulum to swing and if there's a high displacement it will give the pendulum more energy to complete the cycle. Materials: stopwatch 100, 200, and a 500g bob protractor meter stick string Procedures: 1....   [tags: Papers]

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Policies that Protect and Support Student Rights

- ... - If the student denies the alleged misconduct that he or she is accused of, he or she should be given an explanation, either in writing or orally, about the facts that have led to the proposed suspension. - The principal should also provide the student with a good opportunity to present his or her version of the case. 3. Outline the requirements and definitions of student substantive and procedural due process. - Students should be offered the opportunity for a hearing before the exclusion from school following disciplinary reasons....   [tags: freedom of speech, demonstrations]

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Parents And Guardians : Children 's Education

- Parents and guardians want what is best for their children, this includes aspects of their education. In 1990 the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) provided students with special needs with access to a free appropriate public education (FAPE) and the right to a due process hearing regarding their education. However, too much of IDEA was open to interpretation by schools, and the Act did not completely encourage parental participation in their children’s education. This created issues with parents and guardians either not being fully informed, or not agreeing with how their children were being taught....   [tags: Individualized Education Program]

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The Brown V. Board Of Education

- Today, as United States citizens, we think that segregation and racism in Kansas schools has been eliminated because of the different court cases, laws, and school policies. However, research and everyday news has shown that many schools in Kansas still have racial disparities. One case that may come to mind from Kansas history is the Brown v. Board of Education. This court case overturned the 1896 Plessy v. Ferguson decision that had allowed separate but equal schools. The Brown v. Board of Education had helped to end school segregation of white and nonwhite facilities in Kansas (“Brown V....   [tags: African American, Racial segregation, Racism, Race]

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School And Prison Pipeline Inequality

- School-to-Prison Pipeline Inequality There is a strong inequality present in this problem as well, minorities who are often already at a disadvantage compared to their white classmates, are that much more dependent upon receiving an education as a way to break the chains of poverty, but it isn’t just learning, if they are not in school, they are not in an environment that is safe and constructive, therefore a suspension can be life altering (Nelson & Lind, 2015). Studies have shown it is the number-one predictor even more so than a student’s poverty level that the failure to receive an education greatly increases the likelihood of unemployment, and deviant behavior (Nelson & Lind, 2015)....   [tags: High school, Education, Middle school, Disability]

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Use and Application of the Zero Tolerance Policy in American Schools

- In an effort to maintain peace, safety and a disciplined environment conducive to effective teaching and learning, many schools have adopted the zero tolerance policy. This philosophy was originally created in the 1990’s as an approach towards drug enforcement to address the rampant use, possession and sales of drugs in schools (Jones, 2013). Today, this policy is used to mandate the application of pre-determined consequences of violation of stated rules. These rules may pertain to a number of issues; drugs, bullying, theft, and corporal punishment....   [tags: education, school policy]

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Heavy oil transportation: can it be made easier by magnetism?

- Introduction Transportation of heavy crude represents a competitive situation, as it is energy exhaustive and capital intensive. Due to low API gravity (20° to 10°) and high viscosity (200 to 10,000 CP), the flow of oil through pipelines is very difficult. According to Chevron – Phillips, the heaviness of crude oil is due to large proportion of high molecular weight non paraffinic compounds and less percentage of paraffin. Geological origin of heavy crude oil is at the shallower depths and is the result of improper degradation of kerogen via thermal gradient....   [tags: oil industry, cheveron]

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Performance Enhancing Drugs Should Be Banned in Professional Sports

- In 2013, 12 Major League Baseball players each received fifty game suspensions without pay for using performance enhancing drugs. Big names such as Ryan Braun and Alex Rodriguez were on this list. Testosterone, an illegal substance, is what is found in the performance enhancing drugs. Testosterone increases male characteristics such as body hair, aggression, deepening of the voice, and of course massive muscle growth (“Steroids” par. 1). Some professional athletes claim to use performance enhancing drugs to recover more quickly from injury; others take them because they have not seen the positive feedback in working out, without the use of the steroids....   [tags: Use Steroids in Professional Sports]

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Solution Text Notes

- Chemistry Textbook Notes: Solutions Chapters 13 & 14: LH 1. Define soluble, solution, solvent, solute, suspension, colloid (p.395–398) Soluble- capable of being dissolved solvent0 the dissolving medium in a solution solute- the substance dissolved in the solution suspension- a mixture in which the particles in the solvent are so large that they settle out unless the mixture is constantly stirred or agitated colloid- a mixture consisting of particles that are intermediate in size between those in the solutions and suspensions forming mixtures known as colloid dispersions 2....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Steroid Era

- The era in sports from the late 90s and into the 2000s has often been nicknamed “The Steroid Age” due to the raging use of anabolic steroids and other PEDs (performance enhancing drugs) by professional athletes. The usage of drugs in sports has never been more prevalent during this time, and many people are making it their goal to put an end to the abuse. Influential athletes such as Lance Armstrong, Alex Rodriguez, and Roger Clemens, who were once held as the highest role models to the American people, now watch as their legacies are tarnished by accusations of drug use....   [tags: sports, athletes, PED, health, MLB]

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The Effect Of Substrate Concentration On Enzyme Concentration And Reaction Time Upon The Direction Of An Enzymatic Reaction

- The purpose of this laboratory experiment was to determine the effects of substrate concentration, enzyme concentration, and reaction time upon the direction of an enzymatic reaction. The effects of each of the preceding variables were determined using various diagnostic tests, as well as designated positive and negative controls. Numerous diagnostic tests may be used to identify macromolecules in solution, which is especially important in the context of this laboratory, wherein one needs to identify whether a macromolecule has undergone hydrolysis, synthesis or phosphorolysis alongside the aid of a catalyst, and if so, at what rate the reaction had ensued (Chary & Sharma, 2004)....   [tags: Enzyme, Chemical reaction, Starch, Chemistry]

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Effect of Substrate Concentration on Enzyme Activity

- Background An enzyme is a biological catalyst which speeds up biochemical reactions, such as digestion and respiration, but they remained unchanged at the end of the process (Walpole, Merson-Davies, and Dann 53). Problem Question What is the effect of the substrate concentration on enzyme activity. Hypothesis As the concentration of the substrate increases, the rate of reaction also increases until it reaches its maximum point where all enzyme molecules are already active due to the solution becomes saturated with the hydrogen peroxide....   [tags: reaction, experiment, plateau ]

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Steroid Use in Major League Baseball

- Steroids Used in Major League Baseball In baseball there have always been problems with steroids damaging our most talented Major League Baseball players. Some 1995, the steroid problem has amplified. Many of these major league baseball players are now in taking harmful drugs that boost their performance. Steroid products that should not be used; illegal to use them. Mandatory drug testing should be part of Major League Baseball, and all other sports. Last year, random and anonymous tests were given to some of the MLB ’s players....   [tags: Steroids]

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The Design Of The Bridge

- A bridge is a structure ,built by many different materials, to travel over physical objects. For example, bridges were made over bodies of water, roads or intersections, and valleys. The first welded road bridge was designed by Polish engineer Stefan Bryla in 1927.There is an average of about 607,380 bridges throughout the Unites States. There are many different bridges throughout the world and there is also different causes for bridges. There are also many different designs that all have different purposes and apply to different situations....   [tags: Bridge, Bridges, Box girder bridge]

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Elementary And High School Discipline

- Elementary and High School Discipline School administrators must comprehend the student rights of special needs students. IDEA 2004 was restructured and reorganized to address behavior and discipline issues for special needs students. Once students with disabilities become mindful of their educational or behavioral differences that is when most of the discipline problems tend to arise. In my interview with the high school administrator that handles discipline, in his experience he handle various discipline issues from moderate to severe with students in the special education program....   [tags: Special education]

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Drawbacks of the Zero Tolerance Policy

- Your phone rings while you are at work and you see that it is your child’s school. You answer the phone and the school’s principal tells you that your child has been suspended for one month for bringing a plastic knife in his/her lunch box. You are scheduled for hearings that have no meaning because the decision is irreversible. These are some of the effects of a zero-tolerance policy. Zero tolerance policies should be eliminated because they disproportionately affect African-American and urban youth, continue to feed the cradle to prison pipeline, create a prison culture in urban communities, and provide a devastating long-term outcome for youth....   [tags: violence in school, inflexible policy]

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