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  1. Fatherhood and the limits of public policy: What does welfare teach? by Jesse Crosson, 1998
  2. Benjamin Hawkins and United States attempt to teach farming to southeastern Indians by Jack David Lazarus Holmes, 1985
  3. Promoting Walking And Biking: The Legislative Role by Leslie Teach Robbins, 2002-07-30
  4. The Rights of the People: Civil Government and Religion by Alonzo Trevier Jones, 1998-01
  5. Government and Private Agencies in the United States, Canada and Britain That Hire Teachers to Teach in English-Speaking Schools Abroad by Robert Velick, 1986-06
  6. Teach yourself books by H. K. F Hoffmann, 1967
  7. Providential Deliverance by W.A. Spicer, 1997-01
  8. The Blackbird Papers by Ian Smith, 2004-08-23

101. Education
Schools to teach UK s six main religions. to learn about another religion alongsideChristianity from the age of five, according to new government guidelines on

102. Teach Peace, End Government Initiation Of Force
teach Peace, End government Initiation of Force. teach Peace, End governmentInitiation of Force. Thursday, January 27, 2000. The PAX
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Teach Peace, End Government Initiation of Force Thursday, January 27, 2000 The PAX Youth Petition Against Gun Violence is a letter I wrote this morning about this petition . The last paragraph of my letter sheds some light on the title above. MarijuanaNews - Village Voice Column Alerts Readers To Threat of Hatch-Feinstein Internet Censorship Bill . A good story on this legislative abomination. Wired - X Marks a New Web Standard . The XHTML standard has been approved by the W3C. Now we can write our web pages in XML and have a standard way to convert that XML to HTML for viewing. Lots more about XHTML on the W3C web site . It will move from there when new news takes its place, but will likely remain at the XHTML Home Page Psychology Today - Live Forever: Uploading the Human Brain . Talks about uploading your brain to a computer. Forgets that the brain is not just a biological computer. IMNSHO, it is as much a radio tranceiver as it is a computer. Still, an interesting article. Wired - Photonics: The Light Fantastic . A report on this weeks Photonics West conference in San Jose. OSOpinion - TransMeta's "Missing Vendors" : "running 'Quake' is generally considered one of the more demanding applications that you can run on a PC. In spite of this several articles speculated on whether or not TransMeta would be able to deliver adequate performance once products based on the CPU (and code morphing technology) started shipping... I for one get suspicious when I hear the same 'spin' on a story from more than one place... I start to wonder who issued the 'talking points memo.' I guess that's why I'm just a programmer instead of a 'professional journalist.'"

103. Professors Condemn War In Iraq At Teach-in - Campus Watch
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Professors Condemn War in Iraq At Teach-in
by Margaret Hunt Gram
Columbia Spectator
March 27, 2003 Thirty members of Columbia's faculty presented a six-hour case against the current war in Iraq last night. In a teach-in at Low Library, the professors spoke on issues related to Iraq, the United States, and the world. Their topics included international law, war crimes, the Bush administration's wartime actions, diplomacy, the media, cultural heritage in Iraq, activism, and the world after war. In the fabric of diverse views that the speakers held, that sense of responsibility was a common thread. Many of the professors explicitly discussed the responsibilities of academics to act against the war. Kevorkian Professor of Iranian Studies Hamid Dabashi called them "'A' students," in contrast to the "'C' students" who he says are running the government, while Ruggles Professor of Political Science Ira Katznelson simply referred to "scholars and intellectuals." Their responsibility has been made even more urgent, many professors said, by a new world order in which an increasingly corporate media is in bed with the military.

104. Teaching & Learning About Canada
Photo: Natural Resources Canada; Kejimkujik National Park Information and links dealing with Canadian Geography, History, Politics, and Wildlife, Time Zones, Graphs and Tables, Maps and much more. Did you know that There are some two million lakes in Canada, covering about 7.6 percent of the Canadian landmass. The main lakes, in order of the surface area located in Canada (many large lakes are traversed by the Canada-U.S. border), are Huron, Great Bear, Superior, Great Slave, Winnipeg, Erie and Ontario. The largest lake situated entirely in Canada is Great Bear Lake (31 328 km ) in the Northwest Territories. Great Slave is the deepest lake in Canada at 614 metres- 6 th deepest in the world. The highest major lake (over 100 square kilometres) in Canada is Chilko Lake, B.C. Its elevation is 1 171 metres and area is 158 square kilometres.
Latest Population figures: as of January, 2004.
Twenty-seven of the fifty U.S. states have land north of Canada's southernmost point - Middle Island, Ontario. The states include Alaska, California, Connecticut, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

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106. Teach-It: Using Teach-in As A Change Tactic By Connie Kim
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Teach It by Connie Kim Forums like teach-ins have become increasingly important as the corporate media intensify their relationship to the military. For instance, General Electric, one of the largest manufacturers of missiles and other military weapons, owns NBC and its affiliate networks. How often have we heard serious questioning of the wars in Afghanistan or Iraq on NBC? The conflict of interest in corporate media makes the need for independent sources of infor-mation even greater today. Teach-ins are informal gatherings designed to help individuals better understand broad issues of public interest. But unlike conversation cafes or talking circles, where people gather in small groups to share opinions, teach-ins host experts who have in-depth knowledge they can communicate to a large group. And unlike a single presentation or lecture, a teach-in can illuminate several issues around a topic. The Corvallis (Oregon) Action on Globalization, for instance, designed a teach-in on the WTO with different sessions on labor, the environment, agriculture, human rights, and democracy so that attendees would get the whole picture on globalization and trade.

107. ED442739 2000-07-00 Using Primary Sources On The Internet To Teach And Learn His
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THIS DIGEST WAS CREATED BY ERIC, THE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ERIC, CONTACT ACCESS ERIC 1-800-LET-ERIC The Internet enables teachers to enhance the teaching and learning of history through quick and extensive access to primary sources. This Digest discusses: (1) types and uses of primary sources, (2) using the Internet to obtain primary sources, and (3) exemplary World Wide Web sites providing primary sources.
Primary sources are the building blocks of history. These traces of the human past include ideals, customs, institutions, languages, literature, material products, and the physical remains of various people (Craver 1999, 8). Primary sources are not limited to printed documents such as letters, newspapers, diaries, and poems. Artifacts (art, pottery, articles of clothing, tools, and food), places (ecosystems, dwellings, and other buildings and structures), sounds (music, stories, and folklore), and images (paintings, photographs, videos/movies) can also be considered primary sources.

THE GROWING NEED TO teach AND PROMOTE PUBLIC SERVICE ETHICS. In similar fashion, governmenthas overtime reacted to abuses on the part of public administrators
THE GROWING NEED TO TEACH AND PROMOTE PUBLIC SERVICE ETHICS By: David De La Torre For Pub-490/Prof. D. Karber A decline in values and public morality have plagued public administration personnel to the extent that good ethical practices and behaviors must be re-taught in our schools and promoted in public service. There is a wide spread cheating epidemic taking place across America in academia. "80% of high-achieving high schoolers admitted to having cheated at least once, half said they did not believe cheating was necessarily wrong and 95% percent of the cheaters said they has never been caught" (Carolyn Kleiner and Mary Lord). The blame for such lowered ethical standards bears to be placed on parents and educators alike. On the one hand, parent unknowingly foster cheating by doing their kids homework and stressing winning at all cost. Similarly, educators have done society a disservice by having little or no classes in their curriculum that address ethics and morality. Furthermore, these same educators often overlook cheating for personal gain-to the extent that their salary is tied to student's performance. Other times, educators simply refuse to police student dishonesty for fear of legal liability, an all too frequent occurrence in today's lawsuit friendly environment. However, while academic dishonesty is rampant, studies show that students will respond to higher standards of integrity. "Self-reporting cheating was found to be 10 percentage points lower on campuses that that made a big fuss about academic integrity" (Kenneth R. Weiss). This has been shown to be true in schools having traditional honor codes, zero tolerance for cheating, and where responsibility is bestowed on individuals. In view of the above, it is no wonder that the college graduates are entering the public workforce with undeveloped and untested ethics.

109. Teach-In Seeks Apology For Police Killings In Ethiopia - The Daily Californian
Audience members at the teachin also demanded that the Ethiopian governmentrespect students human rights, free political prisoners and allow current

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