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Inclusive Education for Students with Autism

This paper seeks to define inclusive education, explain the public education approach under the context of autism and IDEA, and give its purpose along with the laws and resources that are associated with it, including its merits and challenges in order to show how prominent the concept has become.

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Importance of a College Education

This study analyzes the importance of a college education. A college education is higher learning that is achieved after a person finishes high school. A college education leads to higher lifetime incomes and various other advantages for a person who pursues it, such as an improved quality of life. These advantages are the importance of college education. The objective of this review involves assessment of five literature articles discussing the importance of a college education.

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Latinos’ Education in the XXI Century

In the United States, the educational achievement of the Hispanic youth is among the lowest of all ethnic groups in terms of high school completion rates and income in the higher education. In the United States, getting a high school certificate is considered as having completed the basic education.

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Current Issues in Education

This paper attempts to unveil the most disconcerting and most urgent issues that barrage the education sector. The paper gives a meticulous account of the issues that surround the discipline, security, technology, and psychology in schools.

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May 17, 2019
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The Indian Boarding School System

The educational system was directed to kill their national identity and create a new American identity according to which they were to forget about their ethnical roots. Admittedly, 10,000 native children were educated in boarding schools that were located in off-reservation areas.

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Aug 27, 2019
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Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani schoolgirl, a campaigner for women’s right to education. In retaliation for her human rights work and criticism of the Taliban, the fighters wounded her. Despite this, Malala has survived. These days, she continues her human rights activity. The life and biography of Malala Yousafzai have become a real symbol of the struggle for justice. This paper will discuss the life of this activist, provide examples of her speeches, as well as the impact the have had on the society.

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