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    moved to the US, I was living in Nepal. My last year was in 3rd grade which I went to a school called the Lincoln School. It was a small school, with a huge campus. There were about 5 big buildings and about 8 smaller buildings. There were a soccer field and 2 basketball courts. There were no more than 350 people attending the Lincoln school. The reason we moved to New York was because my mom got a new job. Another reason we came to the US was because my mom had an international pay(which is more

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    2006) Introduction In such a short time, I have taken a very long personal journey. My reading of Trilling and Hood (2001) and Curriculum 21 started me on a trajectory of trying to understand how to improve education for “Knowledge Age” workers. I examined what global requirements might be for our graduating students in the future. This led me to a U.S. Department of Labor report called “What work requires of schools” (SCANS, 1991). The SCANS team, having examined cognitive science of the time, determined

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    was best for them. His engagement to these people and the ideals he supported led him to receive the title of “Conscience of the Senate”. Philip received this name because he focused on creating a better education for today’s children, improving the environment, providing civil rights for all citizens, and creating opportunities. In a like manner, I reflect and carry out these four core values, and ultimately, public service. Through my leadership roles and volunteerism, I too am trying to build

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    During the college application process, as I was visiting schools, I was beginning to lose hope. I must have visited over 20 colleges before Ramapo and after leaving each one it left me with a pit in my stomach. Something was missing in each college. However, the moment I stepped foot on Ramapo’s campus, I felt at home. During the campus visit, I never once saw someone lonely. Each student acknowledged one another with warm hellos and smiles. It was peaceful to see how all the students knew each

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    their cultural beliefs and child-rearing standpoint. When this foundation of trust and understanding is established, then teachers will be much more successful in both meeting the needs of their families and the NAEYC ethical ideals. The NAEYC code of ethics are a set of ideals that help to engage families and understand

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    essentially a perfect fit for me and my ideals. First and foremost, the very intimate setting allows the perfect environment for me to thrive and succeed in with great happiness. The class size and overall school size is extremely appealing, as I enjoy environments where I get to know those who I work with personally and develop strong bonds. Moreover, the capability of forming these relationships with professors and my peers is something I greatly look forward to building. As well, the code of conduct

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    My current position as an Assistant Principal and previous position as a Special Education Administrator provides me with the ideal experiences and the required qualifications for this position, but that does not portray the unique benefits I can provide to your school/district. I will bring my creative visionary, my thinking outside of the box, and my inspiring catalyst. As the assistant principal, I was able to reduce discipline as well as increase seat time in the classroom. By using the red

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    image I try my best to discuss is the last one, which is named The School of Athens, which is produced in the time of Renaissance. But this masterpiece is painted by another famous painter, Raffaello Sanzio. Its theme is to worship the Greek spirit, the pursuit of the highest ideal of life, this is humanism up his old dream of the artist himself. All to further investigate the background of the tall building arch, pool hall with different era, different regions and different schools of famous scholars

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    Tepper School of Business and the Dietrich College of Social Science and Humanities. I had certainly heard of Carnegie Mellon before, but it was actually my interest in a different college that lead me to want to apply to Carnegie Mellon. I was in fact visiting the University of Pittsburgh, when I was simply astounded by some of the architecture of the Carnegie Mellon’s buildings. I would be walking through Oakland, and would tell my dad how much I loved that University of Pittsburgh building, only

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    The Advantage of Charter Schools A charter school is an openly funded, self- sufficient school, entrenched by teachers, parents, or community groups under the terms of a charter or with provincial or domestic jurisdiction. Charter schools were established over twenty years ago. They have expanded rapidly during the last decade. (Barbour, 2013) The US Department of Education has contributed grants to support charter school efforts. Charter schools should be considered by every parent before enrolling

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