The Equalizer

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  • Harrison Bergeron Equalizer

    In all of her ideas, only one of them stood out to her and probably was the most realistic idea of them all. That idea was to make machines that would eventually be distributed all across the globe. She would call them “Equalizer”. There would be different types of Equalizers with different purposes. For a young girl, she is amazing at programming, which will help her create the Equalizers. She might have gotten this talent from her parents since they work for a company that produces electronics. In order to start making the Equalizers, Diana had to list different types of Equalizers. This is what she got: People who are smarter, people who are stronger, people who are handsome or pretty, people with better eyesight, and people who are shorter. She thought that making the Equalizer for the people who are smarter is interesting. She started on it right away. This type of Equalizer’s purpose was to make people lose their train of thought by making loud and sounds that will capture one’s attention. Think back to her parents, her parents made a lot of electronics for the company, such as phones, headphones, earphones, and computers. That would give her a head start. When she got one of these electronics, she would already have a model that…

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  • The Equalizer Film Analysis

    “The Equalizer” directed by Antoine Fuqua is a unique Action- Thriller. It is unique in the way certain aspects of “Mise-en-scene” are used. This film is different from those you usual see in this genre because, in the beginning, it doesn’t jump right into the action. The Director takes his time showing us what type of characters the main characters are like, especially the lead character. He makes sure to show us that he is a meticulous and calculated person from the way he shaves his head, to…

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  • Creative Writing: The American Poolplayers Association

    Ready to get your game on? Come hang out at The Office Lounge in Foley, AL! You can enjoy live music from local talent every weekend, a fun atmosphere, excellent drinks, and a variety of great indoor games, including darts, cornhole, shuffleboard, putt-putt golf, and pool. Everyone's favorite late-night spot is particularly proud to host official APA pool tournaments! pool-foley-alabama About The APA: The American Poolplayers Association is the world's largest amateur pool league, and it's…

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  • Importance Of Education In Frederick Douglass

    From the beginning of Frederick Douglass's Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass faces racial segregation, especially in education. Douglass isn't allowed basic information, like who is his father, because he is born a slave "the means of knowing was withheld from me" (1). Observing a lifetime of wrongdoings, Frederick Douglas writes his life story from the perspective of a self-taught slave as an argument to all of those who support slavery, that argument being slavery is wrong.…

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  • Education Provided By Low-Income Students

    or the “bottom of the hill.” Low-income students, however, do not have access to the same resources that enable for them to become successful. Most do not have academic help sessions, rigorous SAT prep, or even a support system in their schools. Even those that do have a successful high school trajectory have to worry about the burdens of college tuition afterwards. Most cannot afford to go to their ideal colleges due to a lack of networks or resources. This is a lamentable reality that…

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  • Horace Mann And The Common School

    (p.92). He saw education as the cure or equalizer, which allowed the lower class to obtain their own property. Mann’s assertion is that when this happens there will be less moral decay and hatred in society. Mann wrote that “for the existence of a wealthy people and a wealthy nation intelligence is the grand condition” (p. 94). A nation of republicans is also depended upon education according to Mann. A people who is educated in their government is more likely to keep that government healthy and…

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  • School Uniform History

    School uniforms are more forced on poor student population in public schools. Forcing uniforms on the poor population is not an equalizer, it emphasizes a clearer class division distinction. This day and age class distinction cannot be distinguished by clothing because there are too many factors that go into indicating status (Wilkins 5-6). In schools where students are only required to wear certain colors, there is no doubt that kids will have some sort of indicator that distinguishes groups.…

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  • Theme Of Education In Frederick Douglass

    At the beginning of Frederick Douglass's Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass faces racial segregation, especially in education. Douglass isn't allowed basic information, like who his father could be, because he is born a slave. Observing a lifetime of wrongdoings, Frederick Douglas writes his life story from the perspective of a self-taught slave as an argument to all of those who support slavery, his argument is that slavery is wrong. Frederick Douglass makes his argument…

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  • High Stakes Testing System Analysis

    high stakes testing and the common core. The first policy that will be discussed will be Common Core. Common Core is a one size fit all system to prepare students for college and career readiness. This was implemented for the reason that students who graduated at one time may not have the appropriate skills to be successful in a two or four-year college or able to enter the workforce. To fix this problem there was a nationwide system was implemented in the educational system to help move the…

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  • Pneumonic Plague In Eurasia

    Run, hide, bribe, pray, cheat, it wont work with death, it is the single greatest equalizer of man kind. The pneumonic plague spread though the Eurasia continent infecting and killing anyone who came in contact with the illness, making it a key example of how death is truly unbiased. It is often believed that the “Black Death” was an epidemic contained with in the European continent, over the years the plague has become localized to England, Italy and Germany. This illness was not an epidemic it…

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