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  • Essay On Agriculture Teachers

    education positions have not been filled for the current school year, and 56 percent of the teachers who have been hired are new to the profession.” (Teachers and Students) Indiana on the other hand is struggling to keep programs going because of the shortage, until more students step up this will remain a big problem in Indiana. But how can we fix it other than putting all the pressure on college students? Well, there is only a couple solutions to this issue. One, would be to revamp the state…

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  • John Wooden: The Best Basketball Coach

    in 1946 with Indiana State Teachers College (now Indiana State University). He coached through 1948 and helped lead his team to the Indiana Intercollegiate Conference title in 1947 and an invitation to the National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball National Tournament in Kansas City. He refused the invitation, however, because the league did not allow African-American players. One of the stars on Wooden’s team was African-American—Clarence Walker, from East Chicago, Indiana. The league…

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  • Harry Potter Informative Speech

    released. However, there is a likely chance we will be in Indiana at that time. With careful trip arrangement and convincing reasoning, I believe that I could make it possible to participate in the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child book premiere in Virginia Beach. First, I'd like to present a way to travel to Indiana and l.make it back in time for the book's debut. We could leave Virginia on the afternoon of July 22 (giving us an extra day in Indiana) or 23. After we stay for 4 to 5 days, we…

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  • Voter Id Laws Research Paper

    the country are passing new voter ID laws. These laws happen to be supported strongly by Republicans and disapproved strongly by Democrats. The big question seems to be, does the new laws matter? The Indiana Supreme Court don’t think it matters. Dan Carden, writer from The Times (Munster, Indiana), wrote that, “Justice Brent Dickson [said] requiring an ID to vote is no different than requiring people to show ID to board an airplane, enter a federal building or cash a check.” Most people have…

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  • Marcus Ward Lyon

    “conservation from the Naturalist’s Point of View” In his final draft, “ The Kankakee Area Its past and Present,” he envisioned life around the Kankakee Outwash Plain before human activities had changed it. Lyon has also given up his small cottage in the Indiana Dunes after a wildlife refuge decided to turn it into a vacation…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Break In The Air Force

    for three wonderful years. At the end of my four-year tour, it was time for me to make a decision. Do I stay in the Air Force or do I follow through with my pre-military goal of one term in the Air Force? The later would include, moving back to Indiana and finishing college. With my GI Bill, I had…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Charter Schools

    Mrs. DeVos clings to the idea of a voucher system modeled after Indiana's voucher system, Right now, Indiana has the biggest voucher system in the country. This is hurting public schools students by reducing all types of programs because of enrollment issues. Indiana allows mid to above average income families to receive vouchers. These families can now send their children to private schools with their parents additional financial…

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  • Cultural Appropriation In Raiders Of The Lost Ark

    Raiders of the Lost Ark when Indiana Jones takes the golden idol from the pedestal at the beginning of the movie. Indiana Jones was stopped by an enemy of his and the golden idol is taken from him. If the idol wasn’t taken from him he would have ended up selling it to the museum/school for which he taught. Another example of this is seen when the US military asked Indiana Jones to take the Ark of the Covenant and bring it to them before Hitler got his hands on it. Again Indiana Jones is tasked…

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  • Hickory Basketball Team In James H. Madison's Hoosiers

    by James H. Madison it tells an amazing story of a little town in Indiana that defeats all odds to become something great. He tells the story of the Hickory basketball team and all their conflicts they face, from disrespectful players and ungrateful parents, to teams they have no chance against, but through hard work and determination they still manage to defy the odds and come out champions. In 1951, Norman Dale comes to an Indiana town to coach basketball. Norman was a very successful NCAA…

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  • Early Gothic Architecture Analysis

    Although of different eras and design, Monasteries serve the same purpose—to serve, pray, and worship God. Whether it be Early Medieval, Gothic, or Romanesque, there are several similarities between the Monastery of Immaculate Conception in Ferdinand, Indiana—built in the late 19th century to early 20th century—and Abbey Churches and Cathedral from 12th and 13th century. Designs from exterior building, to design of ceilings and windows are what create and give the architecture depth and…

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