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    Problems With Common Core

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    Common Core standards are draining and unrealistic in some cases. Some students learn slower than others and some learn faster. Schools should be able to recognize this and place students accordingly. Students that learn faster should be placed in advanced or accelerated learning programs, or maybe even skip a grade. Students that learn slower than others should be able have extra time and help, perhaps having an extra study period that does not cut into fine arts or any other elective classes that

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    The Matrix

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    show people how bad technology is. Amy Bruckman and Howard Rheingold would probably find this movie interesting in that it disagrees and agrees with certain aspects about their beliefs about the use of computers. The Matrix specifically shows how advanced technology such as artificial intelligence (A.I.) may one day get out of the control of the people and become a dangerous enemy to mankind. It turns out that in the movie people believe that they are living normal lives in the 90's as common businessmen

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    Budget cuts in education have been frequently seen in the news and media in recent years. Although budget cuts are necessary because of lack of funding, certain cuts in programs are not beneficial for a student’s education. Budget cuts in the present times have a detrimental effect on a student’s education and should be reevaluated for better execution. Programs during the regular school hours affected by budget cuts are those that help a student to become a well-rounded individual. One program

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    Recently the guidance department of Boston Latin School has instituted a new policy that limits the number of Advanced Placement classes students can enroll in during junior year. Previously students after being granted a waiver could take a maximum of four AP classes. However under the new guidelines all juniors are restricted to three. This is unfair to students who seek to reach their full academic potential. Counselors have cited that, “many students taking 4 APs felt it was too much to handle

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    separate roles in a society.  Yet, at times, they fall into the same categories like in the book Dune where science reflects religious aspects or in Foundation where the society depends on religion and social behavior to survive the onslaught of advanced technology. Religion might be a fuel to achieve a specific level of technology. Such as in the Bible, "Seek and you shall find." May mean that God wants all Christians to achieve the highest amount of experience that they are capable of. Religion

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    don't have the ability to reason as humans do. The human race has such a vast understanding of the necessities for all of the different species of animals to exist. Humans are far superior to any other animal because they are so advanced in technology. One advantage of advanced technology is, humans can store information as reference material. With all of this reference material humans can look back at previous mistakes so they don't do the same thing again. With this knowledge, humans can see and predict

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    Investigating Why the Police Were Unable to Catch Jack the Ripper I believe the most important reason why Jack the Ripper was so hard to catch was because of the lack of evidence. In those days they did not have as advanced technology as we have today for instance, we have forensics where we can tell from a strand of hair who that hair belongs to. In those days they were only just learning the significance of footprints to catching a villain. Another part to this is that Jack the Ripper

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    The number of ways that a person can communicate an idea today is endless. With the advanced technology and numerous sources of transportation, it isn't difficult to be anywhere talking to anyone in days at most. What these two articles, The Burlington Railroad and Agricultural Policy in the 1920's by C. Clyde Jones and President Draper Gets a College of Agriculture in Spite of Himself by Jackson E. Towne, showed me was that communicating anything at all was a challenge and while challenging, a major

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    Visual Arts and the Internet

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    experimental music, and performance. Using the model of collaborations, links, and connections found in electronic and experimental music, the exhibition examines how increased accessibility to advanced technology is directly influencing the content and context of contemporary art and culture… increased access to advanced technology has allowed artists to experience a "do-it-yourself" freedom and to embrace cultural production that is not... ... middle of paper ... ...ve/issuethmbs/newsletters/MayJune97/article2

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    resort to various legal actions to maintain the secrecy of their “scriptures.” On August 4, 1995, Arnaldo Lerma received a fax from a lawyer representing the Church of Scientology. This letter demanded that he remove from his webpage certain “Advanced Technology materials” from the Church. In the letter, the Church claimed both copyright and trade secret protection for the materials [1]. The next day, Lerma received an unannounced visit from two members of the Church who wanted to express their

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