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Early College Option: Good, Or Bad?
In the case of the college where I teach, it was forced to the point some of the students were not ready for the rigor but needed to have a critical number of participants. It was a pet project of an administrator. I tried to be fair and ...
blackspanielgallery, 1 day ago
Early College Option: Good, Or Bad?
I believe that a degree is not just about subject mastery, but that it involves a period where you can mature while you learn. Thus a speedy, crammed degree does not provide this maturation period.I have therefore never believed that rushing ...
frankbeswick, 1 day ago
Early College Option: Good, Or Bad?
I know they are fully online, and one is more than a high school, it starts at kindergarten. I am aware of this since the college where I teach is involved with Early College for one of them.
blackspanielgallery, 2 days ago
Early College Option: Good, Or Bad?
blackspanielgallery, Thank you for the practicalities and products. You indicate that "in this state we have two fully online high schools." What is involved in such an arrangement? Is it that all interactions are online or is there an ...
DerdriuMarriner, 2 days ago
New Silver Bullion Coins from the UK
No, the Perth Mint has even more than two sizes for some bullion coins. Also, some are minted in multiple metals. The Queen's Beasts series has two- and ten- ounce bullion coins, and one-ounce proof coins. what is unusual is not to have had ...
blackspanielgallery, 3 days ago
Much Ado About Rockall
Derdriu, Iceland became unpopular with British fishermen due to the "cod war" in the 1970s in which Iceland unilaterally "jumped the gun" on fishing limits, claiming a two hundred mile limit ahead of any other country. This excluded British ...
frankbeswick, 3 days ago
New Silver Bullion Coins from the UK
blackspanielgallery, Thank you for the practical information and the product lines. In regard to the valiant silver coin, is it unusual in any coin to have two sizes already available in the second year?
DerdriuMarriner, 3 days ago
Much Ado About Rockall
frankbeswick, Thank you for the back- and front-stories and products. Why are Icelanders unpopular in the waters off the U.K.? What basis could Russia have claimed Rockall as theirs? Do you know whether it's common or uncommon for other pieces ...
DerdriuMarriner, 3 days ago
Much Ado About Rockall
Same fish across the area.No one can tell the difference. You have picked up the underlying message of my article, which is implicit in the title, a play on Shakespeare's title Much Ado About Nothing. With all the serious problems that the ...
frankbeswick, 4 days ago
Much Ado About Rockall
Are the fish 13 miles from the isle less desirable than those within 12 miles? It is a vast ocean, and a shall 12 mile radius circle is inconsequential, or should be.
blackspanielgallery, 4 days ago
The Monk Who Went Missing
The search was thorough, so it seems that the most likely solution was, as you say, a traffic accident in which the body was taken away and disposed of elsewhere. Though the region around Plusgarden is well-farmed and inhabited, rather like much ...
frankbeswick, 5 days ago
The Monk Who Went Missing
frankbeswick, Thank you for the practical information and product lines. Are there too many ponds and rivers along Dom Maurus's route or did the police check them? It's reassuring to think of sending divers since on this side of the pond there ...
DerdriuMarriner, 6 days ago
Monte Cassino: the battle at a monastery
Thank you, Frank, for your explanation. Thank you for your note on the word trooper as well. Speaking of which, you mentioned how your father didn't want to remember the war. Same with one of my grandfathers, who was old enough to fight in WWII. ...
Mira, 12 days ago
Monte Cassino: the battle at a monastery
I am in full agreement with you about the importance of the EU and the wrongness of Brexit. I have written before that Brexit is a right wing attempt to get rid of the workers' rights promoted by the EU. Right wingers have misled the element in ...
frankbeswick, 12 days ago
Monte Cassino: the battle at a monastery
This is a very moving piece! Europe has gone through so much through the centuries, which is all the more reason to celebrate the European Union today. It's a large body and the challenges are many, but it has accomplished so much since its ...
Mira, 12 days ago

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