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Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and Its Consequences Study Guide By BookRags.com
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Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and Its Consequences Study Guide consists of approx. 31 pages of summaries and analysis on Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and Its Consequences by John Allen... More > Paulos.< Less
Silenced in the Schoolhouse: How Biblical illiteracy in our schools is destroying America By Michael Williams
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America is in the middle of a cultural meltdown. Despite a slew of new psychiatric drugs and treatments as well as politicians and educators who claim to have the answers to stop it, every American... More > family has been affected. Millions are frantically searching for anyone who has answers to their problems. What created this meltdown? This meltdown was created by Biblical illiteracy, which is the direct result of God being “Silenced in the Schoolhouse”. —Dr. Michael L. Williams ~~~Silenced in the Schoolhouse tells the story how: • The Founding Fathers believed the Gospel of Jesus Christ was the foundation of our freedom and the model for our constitutional republic • The Founding Fathers were Biblically literate, believed Biblical literacy was important to ensure our freedom, and should be taught in our schools • The "separation of church and state" as defined today is not anything like what Jefferson described in his letters. (208 pages)< Less
Silenced in the Schoolhouse: How Biblical Illiteracy in Our Schools is Destroying America By Dr. Michael L. Williams
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America is in the middle of a cultural meltdown. Despite a slew of new psychiatric drugs and treatments as well as politicians and educators who claim to have the answers to stop it, every American... More > family has been affected. Millions are frantically searching for anyone who has answers to their problems. What created this meltdown This meltdown was created by Biblical illiteracy, which is the direct result of God being "Silenced in the Schoolhouse". -Dr. Michael L. Williams Silenced in the Schoolhouse tells the story how: - The Founding Fathers believed the Gospel of Jesus Christ was the foundation of our freedom and the model for our constitutional republic - The Founding Fathers were Biblically literate, believed Biblical literacy was important to ensure our freedom, and should be taught in our schools - The "separation of church and state" as defined today is not anything like what Jefferson described in his letters. (208 pages)< Less
The Vision of Second Samuel By Bill Mc Neice
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A twenty-something young lady who loses her job, with the help of a squirrel feeding sage of the streets, assists a twenty-something crack baby with the mind of a six-year-old teach about 30... More > illiterate adults how to read in one week. A contemporary urban story showing that dragons, dwarves, and elves are not mandatory when writing fantasy.< Less
The Perils of Tradition: The Only Way to See It Is to Get Out! By Nicholas Carl Moore
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Many traditionalists, particularly those in leadership positions within the institutional church (bishops, deacons, trustees, elders, etc.), have a very high opinion of themselves. There is an air of... More > superiority and elitism among their ranks. In their minds, there is a profound difference between them and the laity (fancy word for ‘church folk’) and they make damn sure you never forget it!< Less
More Than Just Courage By Rebone Makgato
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This is the story of one courageous woman in the wasted rural village of Africa who went on the uplift herself and become the beacon of hope in her village. Mrs Lina Mali could neither read nor... More > write. Forcefully married at the tender age of twelve, Lina never had the opportunity to attend school. But it was her desire for education, and her vision to bring about change in her village that changed all that. Against all odds, not least risking humiliation in her village, Lina enrolled in an elementary school where she was taught the basics of arithmetic and writing. Her zeal for knowledge saw her eventually graduate through high school and go on to university. Lina became the first woman in her village to attend university, if not the only one to study engineering. It was a feat unthought of for a woman her age.< Less
Been There, Done Dat...Got The T-Shirt By Andre' A. R. Willis, Eli Marshall-Evans Grant
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Been There, Done Dat...Got The T-Shirt By Andre' A. R. Willis, Eli Marshall-Evans Grant
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Whatcha looking for? Is it, Survival, Determination, Hope, Faith, Trust, Denial, Self-Pity, Love, Family, Forgiveness, Passion & Compassion, Humility, Endurance and Triumph? Well, it's right... More > here in your hands< Less
Empowering Poetry 4 Youth By J.G. Huffy
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The authors words about survival through youth volence, abuse and illiteracy.
Multi-Literacies By Rachel Hicks
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The public library has long served as a repository of free resources for communities; however, the design has always focused on the book. As new technologies quickly develop and books become... More > obsolete, libraries should be designed with a new focus: the user. Historically, literacy is defined in terms of language and reading comprehension. What if there were other types, such as digital literacy or visual literacy, which certain people were naturally skilled at? What if new literacies could be defined every few years? And how can architecture—which is intended to last 50 to 100 years—stay relevant and adaptable to technology that is updated on an almost daily basis, but still serve as a symbolic place for a community? The question becomes: How do architects develop a design process geared to self-guided and interactive community learning, whose value is its ability to adapt to unpredictable change? Will the library of the future be considered a “Library” anymore?< Less