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  • Graduate School Admissions Essay: City Planning

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    ‘CIDCO-We make cities’-This tagline of Cidco, the city planning organization created by the Government of Maharashtra(India),intrigued me even when I was in primary school. As my father is a Cidco employee, I often visited Cidco Bhavan (Navi Mumbai) when I was young. The architectural models of the city nodes, the airport, the NRI Township, the plans of satellite node city of Kharghar, etc. fascinated me. During my early studies, my knowledge about architecture was limited. My passion for architecture

  • Inner City School Systems

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    The school system in America has long been an issue of discussion and debate amongst people everywhere. The discussions and debates often stem from evaluating the current educational system in order to determine if significant social issues, including increasing regional poverty and declining literacy rates in specific urban regions are related to economic differentiations in the educational system. Many policy analysts have considered the issue of educational funding allotments in order to determine

  • The Benefits of Attending an Inner-City School

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    The Advantages of Attending an Inner-City School Imagine having a gun stare you straight in the face. What do you do? How do you react? Luckily most people do not have to face a situation like this in their lives. However, this happened to me once while walking to my high school which is located in the middle of a large city. Another young man who was walking past me decided to show off in front of his friends and show them how "manly" he really was. Without saying a word, he walked up to me

  • Compare And Contrast Inner City And Inner School

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    Students at inner city schools have a whole separate experience than do suburban students and that is because the people that spend the most time with inner city students have drastically different lives than those who surround suburban students. There are many differences between students home lives, socioeconomic statuses, and provided staff in suburban schools and inner city schools that are proven to be advantageous and disadvantageous to the student involved. In suburban school districts home

  • Government Intervention in the Memphis City School System

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    Government Intervention in the Memphis City School System There are many factors that contribute to how teachers will teach their students. The student’s background knowledge, learning style, and interest levels are all very important to take into consideration when constructing a lesson. But teachers have to answer to parents, principles, administrators, school boards, state standards committees, and governmental agencies in addition to their students when it comes fulfilling their job description

  • Enforcing the Dress Code Policy in Lima City Schools

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    AHHH Dress Code! It was official in 2005; the Lima City Schools board of education adopted a new dress code policy. This policy would be used to crack down on the unruly students who refused to follow the already lenient rules. “With a stricter dress code, students will focus more on school than looking at other students, said Suzanne Helm, a Victoria resident.” (Cavazos, 1). Lima City School District, like the Victoria school district located in Texas, spent many hours designing the new dress

  • Inner-city Elementary After School Programs

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    Inner-city Elementary After School Programs Inner-city elementary age kids face many challenges in and out of the classroom. These challenges range from education day in and day out, as well as, sometimes growing up in an impoverished family and community. Factors also include peers which these kids come into contact with at school, in the streets and at home. Kids today need more than ever an extra push of positive motivation from mentors. I believe that this constructive mentoring begins with

  • Plan for the Development and Clarification of Mission Statments and Values: The Hamptom City School

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    culture of the organization should also be stated in the mission statement. The final component of a well-written mission statement would be a statement of the uniqueness of the organization. The Hampton City Schools mission statement: “In collaboration with our community, Hampton City Schools ensures academic excellence for every child, every day, whatever it takes”. The mission statement is easily understood by all of its personnel and is aligned with the current HCS strategic plan. However,


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    benefit of its various audiences. Schools will need dashboard software, which will enable access to key indicators of the schools performance that can help pupils parent to make a decisive decisions. It is also vital for schools administrators as it provides a short-term snapshots performance and long-term picture if pupil’s progression and schools progress over a period of time. The dashboard will make it easy for the Local Education Authority to evaluate schools performance and helps them to take

  • Special Admissions High Schools in New York City: Unequal Opportunites for Everyone

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    Special Admissions High Schools in New York City: Unequal Opportunites for Everyone As a teenager growing up in New York City a major part of your life is the high school that you attend. New York City is filled with high schools, public, private, and parochial. Within the public school system in addition to "regular" public schools there are also special admission and magnet schools. Although these schools are all technically part of the same system, there are very great differences and disparities