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  • When Is a Peer Not a Peer?

    by Michael Leppert I am dissatisfied with the misuse of the word “peer” to be synonymous with one who is equal to another in age. The word “peer” originally meant equal in rank — lumping age into that definition came much later and is purely the result of institutional schools. When do adults ever find Continue Reading

  • Trinity Law School – No bachelor’s? No problem.

    http://lawschool.tiu.edu/ 2200 North Grand Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705 Admissions: (800) 922-4748 or 714-796-7100 E-mail: tls@tiu.edu Contrary to popular belief, a bachelor’s degree is not required in order to attend law school in California. Under the State Bar of California’s admission requirements, individuals who have two years of college study (equivalent to 60 semester units Continue Reading

  • Writing the Basic Analytical Essay: Part One

    Finding the Theme of a Story by Dr. Rosette Liberman, www.cooperhillstylebook.com This copyrighted article is the first of a series of 6 articles that teach students to write an effective essay. Writing a winning essay is not as hard as you think. The key is having an excellent system at your fingertips!* — not just Continue Reading

  • Making Sense of Computer Degrees

    by Andrea Yust of Homeschool Programming Understanding Your Undergraduate Options Is your student thinking about a career in computers? Great! Today’s job market for software engineers and computer programmers is excellent and projected to grow steadily over the next decade. When entering college your budding programmer will be faced with a wide selection of confusing Continue Reading

  • The Art of Ancient Origami, & the 8-year-old Californian Homeschooled Boy Creating Infinite Paper-folding Possibilities, Giancarlo.

    By Karla Mundo It has been Giancarlo’s innate curiosity that has taken him into learning the elaborated folding process of Origami. Giancarlo, although not Japanese, has been exposed to many languages, cultures and world history, which has helped Giancarlo to develop empathy towards the variety of people who live in the United States. What makes Continue Reading