Category: Education

Better Grades in School – Who Is Responsible?

Test results prove it. Our children are not performing as well on standardize tests as their counterparts in other countries? Why? Some say it due to the school system, the teachers unions, other say it because of the parents, while others blame the government, but few say it just be our children. It's not that

Who Can I Sue If My Kid Is Injured on a Playground?

Legal concepts like “duty of care” or negligent supervision, and even immunity, are used by states to determine liability after a child has been seriously injured on a playground. Playgrounds come in all sorts of sizes and designs, all manufactured for different ages and level of activity. They can be on private grounds like a

Social Stratification In United States

Social stratification: When we speak of social stratification we mean inequality between various groups of people. Inequality exists in all sorts of societies and cultures. Societies are consisted of layers that are hierarchical. The four basic stratification systems are: 1) slavery 2) caste 3) estate 4) class. Stratification systems of slavery, caste and estate have

Old School Online Gaming

Ever wondered what your parents and the adults played for fun back in their day? Or before the existence of Nintendo Wii’s, Playstations, and World of Warcraft, what were the games that people played with the computer? Online gaming back then wasn’t as high-tech as what you play now but they delivered the same amount

There Are Famous Clocks in America, Too

When anyone mentions famous clocks, they probably think of Big Ben. This is most likely because the Clock Tower of Big Ben in London is the most recognized clock in the world. The clock tower was constructed in the 1830s, and the monument still retains the title of the World’s Largest 4-Faced Chiming Clock, even