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  • [[Category:Education]] ...overnment-funded school provided for [[public education]]; for the British public school see [[Independent school (UK)]]''.
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  • |Litigants=Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka |FullName=Oliver Brown et al. v. Board of Education of Topeka et al.
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  • ...tion and is standardized and centralized in its organization. [[Compulsory education]] starts at the age of six, when students enter [[Primary school in France| ...les'', elite higher education establishments which function outside of the public university system, that traditionally have produced France's highest rankin
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  • [[Category:Education]] [[Image:New_York_Public_Library_030616.jpg|300px|thumb|New York Public Library, central block, built 1897–1911, [[Carrère and Hastings]], a
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  • [[Category:Education]] ...As distance education has developed, it provides the potential for quality education for all people, regardless of their location. As such, it is an important a
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  • ... aware that a tobacco company was behind the publicity stunt, a form of '''public relations'''.]] ...asion, the role of managing communication between the organization and the public is a necessary one in society. As [[technology|technologies]] have develope
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  • ... clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. The effort was led by the [[Radical Republicans]] of both houses of Congress, including [[John Bingham]], [[Charles Sumn ...riers|public conveyances]] on land or water, theaters, and other places of public amusement." In its opinion, the Court promulgated what has since become kno
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  • ...hn L. DeWitt]], head of the Western Command, requested approval to conduct search and seizure operations to prevent alien Japanese from making radio transmis Knowing that "public opinion would not support the direction of the Justice Department and the F
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  • ... a thousand years. In 1956 and in 1964, the government of the [[People's Republic of China]] issued official documents listing simplified characters, and beg ...me, the prestige of traditional characters is increasing in the People's Republic of China. A heated debate, tinged with political implications, exists betwe
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  • |Representative=5 Republicans, 1 Democrat ..., beginning with [[Barry Goldwater]], [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] presidential candidates have carried the state in every election except
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  • | Representative = 6 Republicans, 3 Democrats ...d part of the [[Midwestern United States|Midwest]],<ref>''Houghton Mifflin Education''. [http://www.eduplace.com/ss/maps/pdf/midwestus_nl.pdf US: Midwest Region
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  • ...minent repository of information for that country. Unlike [[public library|public libraries]], these rarely allow citizens to borrow books. Often, they inclu ...>[http://www.loc.gov/rr/news/brochure.html About the Serial and Government Publications Division] The Library of Congress. Retrieved August 8, 2008.</ref> ti
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  • ...s published in the U.S. and over 80 countries. The database is free to the public and the index covers articles published from 1949 to the present. Although ...d journals for his office. In 1840 the library published its first list of publications in a manuscript notebook. In 1864, the library printed its first cata
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  • ...gs. Since “living things are machines for the purposes of description, research, and analysis,” Denton wrote, it is legitimate to extend the analogy betw ...ery Institute in Seattle, Washington. The Discovery Institute, a nonprofit public policy organization focusing on a variety of political, social, and economi
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  • [[Category:Education]] |type = Public
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  • |conventional_long_name = Republic of Singapore<br />{{lang|zh-cn|新加坡共和国}} {{zh icon}}<br />{{lang |government_type = [[Parliamentary republic]]
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  • ... the continental United States by the 1950s, regulations and environmental education advanced its recovery. The bald eagle now has a stable population and has b ... (ITIS), [http://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt?search_topic=TSN&search_value=175420 "''Haliaeetus leucocephalus'',"] ''Integrated Taxonomic Inform
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  • [[Category:Educators and Educational theorists]]{{Copyedited}} ...is well known for its numerous practical applications, including Waldorf [[education]], biodynamic [[agriculture]], the Camphill movement for handicapped adults
    49 KB (7,104 words) - 15:52, 31 August 2019
  • |Representative=5 Republicans, 3 Democrats Wisconsin is well-respected for its excellent public school system, and well-known for its colorful political history, including
    37 KB (5,320 words) - 21:55, 29 April 2017
  • ...w, and a new law was invoked. This decision outlawed segregation in public education. The outcome of the Brown case changed the very core of American society. ==Education==
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