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...Some think that only the Washington Post or the New York Times boast the kind of writing you rate highly. Taking nothing away from those stand-out papers, the papers your son or daughter will be handing in would benefit from emulating the straight-forward brevity and precision of USA Today.Readi...
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...The degree required two fields of study which for me were US foreign policy and Western Europe. Foreign policy has an inherent overlap with political science as does learning about the political policies of a particular region. My older homeschooled son took AP government & politics so I am familiar with that subject content.
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...Students pursuing Algebra II build on and explore in greater depth the knowledge they have gained in Algebra I. Again the curriculum may vary slightly in different areas. The subject explores the following areas: Algebra II Linear Equations and Inequalities Functions (including inverse functi...
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...Anthropology was my primary major in college. Although my concentration was in cultural anthropology, I also took courses in archaeology, physical anthropology, linguistics and sociology. In my field of law I often put my knowledge of sociology and cultural anthropology to use.
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