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A large number of schools in the United States are suspending a greater portion of their ethnic student population, specifically African American students. In general, African American students are suspended far more frequently than white students. Black males are suspended three times more often than white males, and black females are suspended four times as […]
In the 70s when Carter became president the United States decided to raise interest rates and suddenly all the third world, developing countries were unable to pay the huge interest on their loans and nations collapsed leaving them to privatize industries and resources ad dismantle services that were contributing to the growth of the country. […]
Universities are a place where students not only study in order to obtain a degree that will lead to their future careers, but it is also a place for students to learn how to challenge pre-existing ideas and be educated in a way that allows them to think for themselves. The purpose of higher education […]
In India hundreds of desperate patients are willing to be human guinea pigs in stem cell treatments. Stem cells are cells capable of renewing themselves through cell division. There are hospitals and clinics in India that have provided unregistered treatments for neurological, cardiological and reproductive areas of medicine. Dr. Pushpa Bhargav, senior scientist and former […]