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union high school By clair howe
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Alumni of the Livermore Union High School - Revision of 2013 By The Livermore-Amador Genealogical Society
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Lists the names of the graduating seniors of the Livermore Union High School for the years 1893, when the high school was founded, to 1969, with no gaps. A major revision of the original edition of... More > 2012, filling in the missing years in that edition. For some years, significant additional information about the students is given. Often this information is recorded many years after the graduation date, giving details of the student's later life. The index of 5748 entries includes every name for every year, a 48 percent increase in the number of entries in the 2012 edition.< Less
The Voices of East Union 2011: Original Student Writing By Kim F. Bell
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The Voices of East Union 2011: Original Student Writing By Kim F. Bell
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Educational systems in the European Union and Russian Federation By Wadim Strielkowski, Inna Čábelková
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The books compares the educational systems of the European Union and Russian Federation. It attempts to show what the EU can give Russia and Russia can give back to EU in return in the area of... More > education. Perspectives for development and cooperation between EU and Russia in the area of high school education are discussed and analyzed.< Less
A Catholic Prep School Teacher's Notes on American History By Gary Richied
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As the APUSH teacher at a prestigious, Chicago Catholic high school (feel free to determine which one), these notes constitute the bedrock of the presentation of information in the APUSH classes... More > there. Students have succeeded in the past classes wherein these notes have been utilized; over 74% have earned a 3 or higher on the APUSH exam, with well over 30% meriting 4’s and 5’s. If you find yourself among students looking to improve their lots in their APUSH classes or ace that crucial exam in May so that they might sip cafe lattes at the student union in their first two years of school while their peers trudge off to some introductory course in U.S. History--well by all means, this collection is for you.< Less
Head Pin and Wash Up (PDF download) By Donald Forbes
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This book is about the life of a New England railroad man in the twentieth century, and his engagement in the turmoil of 1960s America. The author's biographical note is succinct: "Born in the... More > worst of the depression. Grew up in Hyde Park, a neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. Graduated from Hyde Park High in 1951. Thrown out of Boston Latin and left Technical High School voluntarily. Served in the Army like most people of that generation, and railroaded for 45 years: Boston Terminal Co., New Haven Railroad, Penn Central and Conrail. "I came from three previous generations of railroaders. Enough is enough."< Less
Teacher of Our Town: Lillian Secrest Buie By Jim Buie
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Like nearly every high school English teacher in America, Lillian Buie taught Thornton Wilder's play "Our Town" and tried to open her students' eyes to the ways that literature resembles... More > life, and that life resembles literature. Now, in this collection of essays compiled and edited by her son Jim from letters, journals, and short stories, North Carolina's English Teacher of the Year for 1979 looks back on her own life, finding similarities to "Our Town." Union County, N.C. where she grew up, and Scotland County, N.C., where she lived in the same house for 60 years, provided windows on the world and into the human condition. Her words are enriched by excerpts from dozens of letters from former students, friends and relatives, recalling specific memories and the influence of this "teacher of our town" on their lives.< Less
Teacher of Our Town: Lillian Secrest Buie By Jim Buie
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Like nearly every high school English teacher in America, Lillian Buie taught Thornton Wilder's play "Our Town" and tried to open her students' eyes to the ways that literature resembles... More > life, and that life resembles literature. Now, in this collection of essays compiled and edited by her son Jim from letters, journals, and short stories, North Carolina's English Teacher of the Year for 1979 looks back on her own life, finding similarities to "Our Town." Union County, N.C. where she grew up, and Scotland County, N.C., where she lived in the same house for 60 years, provided windows on the world and into the human condition. Her words are enriched by excerpts from dozens of letters from former students, friends and relatives, recalling specific memories and the influence of this "teacher of our town" on their lives.< Less
Head Pin and Wash Up By Donald H. Forbes
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This book is about the life of a New England railroad man in the twentieth century, and his engagement in the turmoil of 1960s America, in particular union struggles and his participation in anti-war... More > activism in the small towns of Franklin and Medway, Massachusetts. The author's autobiographical note is succinct: "Born in the worst of the depression. Grew up in Hyde Park, a neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. Graduated from Hyde Park High in 1951. Thrown out of Boston Latin and left Technical High School voluntarily. Served in the Army like most people of that generation and railroaded for 45 years: Boston Terminal Co. New Haven Railroad, Penn Central and Conrail. "I came from three previous generations of railroaders. Enough is enough."< Less