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We Need to Embrace Indigenous Australian Culture to Be Truly Australian

This coming week, from July 6-12, is NAIDOC week. NAIDOC stands for National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee. It’s a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and an opportunity to recognise the contributions of Indigenous Australians in various fields. Ceremonies, seminars, exhibitions, author talks, film screenings and …

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The Benefits of Taking College Classes Online

Each year, millions of fresh, young graduates join the countless number of individuals looking for employment. Competing for a position in almost any type of company is tough; even tougher when you are one of the few college dropouts among a sea of ​​degree holders. With so many more-qualified (at …

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HIV Education in the Schools Across America

AIDS has devastated the lives of many citizens in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that the number of AIDS infections among young Americans between the ages of 13 to 25 rose nearly 20 percent, and approximately 50 percent of new infections are among …

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Useful Australian Facts

The following Australia facts provide a good overview of the continent's history, industries, and culture. Both native Australians and visitors find learning about the region both interesting and informative. Australia is often misnamed a country, but it is in fact one of the seven continents of the world. Its government …

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Easter – Just Another Long Weekend?

No! No! No! No thinking Australian would ever say that the Easter break was just another long weekend. Certainly, it is the longest weekend we have already but for the Christmas break that can create a four day break when Christmas falls at or near a weekend. This occurs four …

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The Fracture of American Education

A "fraction" is defined as the separation of an object into two or more parts because of being under stress. Today, the American education system is under extreme stress, as it is attacked from the right for being too expensive, from the left as not holding teachers accounting, and from …

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Things You Should Know About English Schools

An English School refers to a school or institution where English is the 'primary medium of imparting education' to students in all subjects; this may also be the case where English is not the first language or the 'mother tongue' of the students. A thorough knowledge of the English language …

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