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  • Greenville R-2 Case Study

    The Greenville R-II School District began in the mid 1800’s as a loosely affiliated collection of one room schools which served the areas elementary aged children. In 1909, a high school curriculum was added to serve interested older students. In 1925, the district was named the Wayne County Consolidated District No. 3. In 1946, representatives from each local school were organized into a county-wide school board who oversaw the more than twenty-five local school buildings located throughout…

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  • Voices From Chernobyl Final Summary

    Just thirty years ago, April 26th, 1986, one of the world’s largest nuclear meltdowns occurred in Pripyat, Ukraine. The workers of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant were running a system test on reactor four and there was a sudden, unexpected power surge. When the workers attempted to conduct an emergency shut off even more power was produced. This caused the reactor vessel to crack and allow air into the core. The core ignited and the fire sent a large plume of highly radioactive smoke. For the…

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  • Raise Or Lower Tuition: A Case Study

    Raise or Lower Tuition Many colleges may decide to raise their tuition in order to increase their revenue and this is justified by stating that they will provide a high quality of teaching, instructors, and facilities. One problem that these institutions may face is that they are continually fighting to increase the number of new students without having to decrease the tuition fees. Nobody State University (NSU) is now facing this dilemma, should the tuition fees be decreased in order to…

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  • Rational Care Model In Nursing

    Introduction: Nursing encompasses autonomous and collaborative care of individuals of all ages, families, groups and communities, sick or well and in all settings. Nursing includes the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and the care of ill, disabled and dying people. Advocacy, promotion of a safe environment, research, participation in shaping health policy and in patient and health systems management, and education are also key nursing roles. Nurse as an angel: “She is dear one…

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  • National Honor Society Research Paper

    Calvin Coolidge had once said, “No person was ever honored for what he received. Honor has been given for what he gave.” I believe that this quote truly defines one point the National Honor Society is trying to get across to young students. That is to serve others before yourself and to give help to others where help is needed. The National Honor Society nominee should show excellent leadership, serve the community and his or her school, and finally display exquisite character at all times. I…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Experience From Elementary School To High School

    Introduction When looking back at my experiences from Elementary School to High School, there are always two people that immediately come to mind. These two people are my parents '. They are the reason for all of my success academically and in my life up to this point. I believe the reason why my parents where such an impact on my educational success is since they were so involved in my school and they want me to be as successful as possible. My parents were not crazy dragon parents, but they…

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  • Statement Of Purpose For Participation In My High School Career

    soccer association. Student Government Association (SGA) is very meaningful since I have developed greatly as a leader as President of my class. I have carried out many campaigns across my school including Anti-Bullying Week and several self-created fundraising events. This has helped me learn how to create well thought out plans for events and how to establish programs in my school. This skill is transferable across my life as planning is required beyond Student Government Association.…

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  • The Jung Typology Test

    In order to analyze my own self and apply my personality to my professional career, I took the Jung Typology Test, which is a derivative of the Myers-Briggs Personality Test. The results of this test reveal a four letter descriptor which helps pinpoint a likely definition of myself in terms of character. The four paradigms by which is test is driven include: extroversion versus introversion, sensing versus intuition, feeling versus thinking, and judging versus perceiving. There are a…

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  • Family Nurse Practitioner Essay

    Family nurse practitioners are in excellent positions to help improve health and wellness on a daily and regular basis. The long term connection a FNP can make with patients and the level of care he/she can provide is both beneficial and rewarding to the patient. The altitude of knowledge and skill required to provide care for patients across their life span is beyond admirable. It is an honor to have the opportunity to be that provider and to advocate for patients on a much higher level than…

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  • Conformity In Consumer Culture

    Consumerism is a widely critiqued concept in American culture; representing the idea that human beings are driven by a desire to purchase goods. Consumer culture evolves with society and technological advances, adapting its hold over citizens to remain consistent with the values of the era. The phenomenon nonetheless has allowed society to advance to its current state, a state that has resulted from decades of exponential growth. Modern society and consumer culture is a human fabrication that…

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