A fixed school , operating at all seasons , will do more for its neighbourhood than can be done by a moveable apparatus set up only at intervals , and transferring itself at the end of a few months to other scenes , and to other ...
Author: Great Britain. Commission to Inquire into the Present State of Popular Education in EnglandPublish On: 1861
а given up her school at Cwmdare ; Mrs. -- and Mr. --in Mill « Street ; and Miss in Robertstown . ... Penywaun had once a school , and has “ still a schoolhouse . The giving up of the former I attribute to “ the public schools .
Author: Great Britain. Commission to Inquire into the Present State of Popular Education in England
Author: Jeanne H. BallantinePublish On: 2014-02-21
School climate, or culture, which makes up one aspect of the informal system, refers to several parts of the school experience: the interactions ... (giving up on school), role definitions, grouping patterns, and instructional practices.
Author: Jeanne H. Ballantine
Category: Social Science
Undergraduate students of the sociology of education, education and society and education studies.
But the fact that I give it a try is a source of immense pleasure for me. ... She did not understand why I should be giving up on this and I had to explain the rationale of self-punishment for my poor performance at school.
Author: Cindy Gorski
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Your child will never be able to sit up, walk, speak, read or write. She will never be able to live independently. Cythomegalovirus is a disease that can destroy brain cells." Such was doctor's verdict about Cindy Gorski's chances. Yet Cindy is living with her "physical and mental challenges", as they are formally known. She has grown into a young woman and has overcome all the constraints. And now she has written a book about the challenge she faced and the struggle for a normal life. She always wanted to be a "normal" girl and be accepted as such. And she succeeded! In her autobiography, the reader discovers the familiar sides of a typical teenager who listens to music, hangs out with other girls and argues with her brother. But, at the same time she has been a fighter. From early childhood she has pursued her dreams and her goal of independence. Therapies did help, but above all it has been her incredible will power, and determination to achieve her goals whatever the occasional setbacks. "Whether I am faced with any challenge or whether it's the way I look - that's not for others to judge. Because that's the way I am." A must read
In this kind of knowledge economy, giving up on your education and dropping out of school means not only giving up on your future, but it's also giving up on your family's future and giving up on your country's future.
Author: W. Hoston
Category: Social Science
Black Masculinity in the Obama Era provides an in-depth examination of the current state of black males and identifies the impact of living in the Obama era. In the era of the first black president, Barack H. Obama, this book gauges the status of black masculinity and provokes discourse to discover whether his election and presence has had an influential impact on black male achievement. A purposeful sample of black males was asked, what does it mean to be a black male in the 21st century? Throughout the interviews with black males, we learn that the 'Obama Effect' has not had the intended impact on black male achievement and black males continue to be plagued by structural and cultural forces that have historically burdened their plight and level of achievement.
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1857
-There may have been something particular connected with that school , of which I know nothing ; but , generally speaking , I certainly never remember a single shilling ever being paid back to the Board when they gave up a schoolhouse .
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
Darryl was always looking for people willing to visit his neighborhood and help out in the afterschool program he was running. In particular, however, he was looking for the right person to take it over once he and his roommate ...
Author: Ben Lowe
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
As Christians, we all want change in the world. But we don't just aim at change—we aim at faithfulness and out of faithfulness comes fruitfulness. Moving beyond theory, activist Ben Lowe renews our mission with key postures, practices and real-life examples of what it looks like to persevere in faithful activism and advocacy today.
... persisted taking the pills despite the side effects.15 Ann's world had shrunk when she gave up the school and Anne, on 14 April, blamed her depression on 'this giving up school business ... I blame it much for her present lowness'.
Author: Rebecca Batley
Publisher: Pen and Sword History
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Lesbian. Lover. Lunatic. These are just some of the words usually used to describe Ann Walker, the oft overlooked wife of Anne Lister, better known by some as Gentleman Jack. Ann was one half of England’s first same-sex marriage and yet the rainbow plaque that marks their historic union on the wall of the Holy Trinity Church, York, features Ann’s name in a font only half the size of her wife’s. Her story has been long forgotten. Born into wealth and privilege Ann was one of the most eligible heiresses in 19th century Yorkshire and the question on everyone’s lips in 1830’s Halifax was why a respectable young heiress, with property, fortune and connection risked everything, even her freedom, to become entangled with the notorious Gentleman Jack? The answer to this question reveals a woman of immense courage, faith, and determination, but her voice has remained silent...until now. Within the depths of Ann’s diary - discovered by Diane Halford in 2020 - the answers to some of the above questions can be found, as can insight into Ann as an independent woman. The life of Ann is worthy of its own narrative and it is time for Ann to step out of the shadow of Gentleman Jack and tell her own story.
I was about to give up tenyears active dutyif I had to continue my duty at El Paso. ... During our conversation, hetoldme thatmany airmen were beingreassigned toattend schoolforthe new B52 airplane thatwas being put into service soon.
Author: Don Sawicki
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
As for that officer who greeted me when I graduated from the B-52 school and made the remark “What are you doing here?” when I came back to Carswell Air Base again for the second time in the hangar, well when the hospital was closing its doors for good, I saw him walking slowly from the hospital. I called out to him, and we exchanged greetings. While he asked what I was doing these days, I noticed that he was much older and walked slower using a cane. Then he told me, “Don, I have known you from 1950, and I have served with you in many different occasions. I stayed in touch with most of the men who served with me. When I first met you, you were just a young kid—aged nineteen and always getting into trouble. Then you got married and settled down. I always said you would amount to something good when I noticed the way you made your choices in your careers. Looks like you did okay.” After a year, I read in the paper that he passed away. Today I don’t see much of my son’s ex-wife (who I felt was as if she were my own daughter), and I still wonder why things like that happened. To walk away from a marriage of eighteen years and three children . . . I repeat: “Why?” Many of my military buddies are gone to the military heavens, so are many of my Ashton hometown school guys that I attended school with. I am still around. I have to wonder if what did happen in that cold watery accident in New Jersey when I found myself down in that river—was it just the way the brain reacts to prevent one from becoming brain-dead from fright, or was it the work of some supreme act from God?
Giving parents the choice between public school and private school is fine as long as the public schools are fine. It would be tantamount to giving up the poor and depriving children from poorer families the opportunity to decent ...
Author: Lok Sang Ho
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Political Science
Principles of Public Policy Practice was written with policy makers, concerned citizens, and students of public policy in mind. Striving to avoid technical language, the author introduces a new paradigm that starts from the commonality of human nature and the assumption that public policy should be impartial. Rather than playing the interests of one group versus those of another, he argues convincingly that public policy should aim at enhancing the ex ante welfare for everyone if everyone did not know the position or the identity one would assume. Using this conceptual device of the representative individual, the analysis readily leads to policy implications that are both reasonable and concrete in diverse areas ranging from health care, crime and punishment to macroeconomic and financial market stability. The book concludes with a chapter summarizing the various principles of public policy practice that will meet the challenges of the new millennium. These principles, certainly of interest to academics in social sciences who are studying public policy, political economy, international financial systems, and capital markets, should appeal equally to practitioners, including public policy makers, consultants, advisers, administrators, and public service trade unions.