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Famous European Beaches

Famous European Beaches

Travelling to Europe to see its famous monuments, like the Eiffel Tower in Paris and the Colosseum in Rome, is not exactly the ideal vacation for kids... read more
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Holiday Hot Spot: Family Guide Florida

Holiday Hot Spot: Family Guide Florida

If your family is trying to decide where to take the perfect vacation that everyone can agree on, the Family Guide: Florida has some ideas that might ... read more
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Animals of India

Animals of India

India is a country that is known for its incredible colors, spices and culture, but did you know it’s also home to hordes of exotic animals? Some of t... read more
Apr 30, 2013 | 64 comments
 MADAGASCAR 3: Travel Tips from Marty and Alex

MADAGASCAR 3: Travel Tips from Marty and Alex

Check out the great travel tips from Alex and Marty, the lovable lion and zebra from MADAGASCAR 3: EUROPE’S MOST WANTED!... read more
The Stooges’ Summer Fun Travel Packing Guide

The Stooges’ Summer Fun Travel Packing Guide

Got a family road trip coming up? Don’t get caught without these essentials! Check out some of our must-have fun items for traveling families this s... read more
Mayan Culture

All About Mayan Culture

The ancient Mayans are renowned among historians and archaeologists as being an incredibly advanced culture that excelled at mathematics, astronomy an... read more
Top 5 Smartphone Travel Apps

Top 5 Smartphone Travel Apps

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True Spirit

Jessica Watson: True Spirit

After 210 days at sea 16-year-old Jessica Watson became the youngest person to sail solo, unassisted, and nonstop around the world. Check out our Q&am... read more
All About South Africa

All About South Africa

The 2010 FIFA World Cup took place in South Africa so we thought it’d be cool to learn a bit more about the beautiful country, which has definitely be... read more
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Technology Summer Camp

iD Tech Camps: Cool Computer Camps

Creating websites, producing digital movies, programming iPhone and Facebook apps, designing 3-D animations and creating video games may sound intimid... read more
Explore Egypt

Explore Egypt

Egypt's a country most kids learn about in school – but imagine having the opportunity to actually go and visit this ancient country in person! From p... read more

Check Out Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a country in Central America that’s got two spectacular bodies of water on either side of it: in the east it’s the Caribbean and in the ... read more

ThrillCoaster Tours: Roller Coaster Summer Camp!

Looking for a different sort of camp to go to this summer? Look no further than ThrillCoaster Tours - the perfect answer for bringing summer fun and e... read more

Convention Report :: Anime Evolution 2009

Vancouver, B.C.'s largest anime convention takes the stage at the newly opened Vancouver Convention Centre!... read more

The American Museum of Natural History

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Boysrock50
Boysrock50 posted in Debating:
Why tax a non-profit organisation?
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Boysrock50
Boysrock50 posted in Debating:
You bring this upon yourself by defining 'girly' as a trait that may be seen as negative. You cannot do something 'like a girl' or 'like a boy'. Everyone is different.
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Boysrock50
Boysrock50 posted in Debating:
So someone decided to bump a 5 year old thread in order to express an opinion that pretty much everyone agrees with anyway.  :|
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Boysrock50
Boysrock50 posted in Debating:
We also have to remember that (especially with the British system) teachers are made to follow the curriculum strictly, with little room for variation. Teachers aren't allowed to teach how they want to teach, they're told what to do. This limits their ability to show passion for the subject and really engage the students, which then has a negative effect on our knowledge and understanding. At times it can feel like we're ticking boxes off a checklist instead of learning about the subject. I've noticed this significantly in my final years of school. The fault definitely lies with the department of education within the government. The 'top dogs' who determine what the youth should learn nationally, despite almost all of them having no experience in teaching themselves. Not to mention that they're from privileged background, giving them a completely different upbringing to the majority of kids. How has it come to be that they're the ones that know what's best for us? I have huge respect for teachers that continue to do their jobs passionately, despite this joke of a system that has been placed upon them.
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