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    The World Wide Web dates back to 1980 when Tim Berners-Lee came up with a way to move one document from one computer to another. From there, the World Wide Web exploded on the scene and became the future of technology. Through the World Wide Web, we are able to communicate with each other through email, look up information when needed, and even keep track of our finances through financial documents that are kept online. Today, the World Wide Web is written in three fundamental technologies. One is HTML which makes up the formatting of the language that the web uses. Second, URI is an address that is unique and identifies resources within the web. Third is the HTTP, which helps retrieve information from all over the web (webfoundations.org/about/vision/history-of-the-web).…

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    Credential Analysis

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    I have also placed in magic competition and skit competition in my local area. I should also point out that I have many articles published in trade magazines as well as an extensive library of training materials for download through www.lybrary.com. So, with my detailed background you can understand my wealth of credentials. Those you read with my marketing materials are solid. There are no generic phrases. People can appreciate everything I have earned and what I have been recognized…

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    Dress Code In Schools

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    violated “the legitimate right of self-expression and schools doing isn’t solving.” The students need to wear a uniform in the public school with various kinds of benefits (Kizis, 2000). School uniform is a common sense, everyone recognizes that the most effective manner to expand learning. The children are dressed everyone can grow in the equatorial atmosphere. As a result, students can concentrate on…

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    According to a survey conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics, over half of the United States’ schools have a form of dress code, yet they have not been enforced justly. Young girls have expressed their complaints about the “unfair and demeaning” use of dress code. Though having a uniform is supported by several schools in the United States, it is becoming an issue in the sense that the schools are now getting complaints about the sexism occurring due to the dress code.…

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    School uniforms have been a controversial topic since they have begun to be implemented in schools. Some people believe they have no significant benefits and that they are a waste of time, but there is evidence to show that they help more than they hurt. “…86% of schools surveyed in 2013 believed their use of uniforms made a significant, positive impact… (Principal Leadership). School uniforms are beneficial to schools because they increase safety, are cheaper, easier to enforce, and limit…

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    as follows: Freedom Friday, Full Uniforms, and Multiple Uniforms. Each option was equally alluring as they all had their pros and cons, but we decided to pick, out of the three we came up with, Freedom Friday. Freedom Friday was chosen because it gave the students the most amount of freedom while still allowing the school to take command and keep…

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    Students should wear uniforms to school. In many schools all over the world, wearing uniform to school is compulsory for students. However, other schools do not implement this rule as a part of the decision from teachers, parents, and students. They think that wearing uniform is not the main concern of education. Instead of that, schools should focus more on the quality of teaching and learning process. Furthermore, they believe that it wastes money for schools to spend on uniform, as the fund…

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    School Rules In The 1960’s Changed What Was Allowed To Be Worn And That Was A Good Idea To Change Some Of These Rules.It will be about the girls school dress code in the 60s. About the boys school dress codes in the 60s. About school punishments in the 60s. In the 60’s the school dress code rules were different then they are now in the 60s the school dress code rules were stricter than they are now days. My claim is true because in the 60s school rules were different then they are now. While…

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    School uniforms obstructing the first amendment, should not exist due to school districts having the ability to set requirements for those who want to receive education. Do school uniforms obstruct expression? The word expression in the constitution is being bent too much for this statement to be considered valid. In this case the Constitution is also saying that school administrators have the ability to express their rules because it is a part of their freedom. The constitution should not be…

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    School uniforms have been used for years in public schools and private schools across the globe. In 1987 Cherry Hill Elementary in Baltimore were the first to enforce a dress code. After that many schools followed suit. About 17% of all schools in the United States require students to wear a uniform. While 54% enforce a dress code that’s strict. The question is though, are school uniforms good or bad? Here are some of the downsides of school uniforms. A lot of public schools that have these…

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