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E-libraries: Benefits in Today’s World
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An e-library is what? It is a type of library with a centralized collection of digital objects such as texts, graphics, audio, and video materials, files in electronic media types, and systems for organizing, storing, and retrieving media. The size and breadth of digital libraries can vary, and they can be managed by one person, an entire business, a physical library building already in existence, or an institution that is affiliated with an accredited or academic institution. Further in...
Should the schools be segregated by race?
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The term “segregation” means the operation of a school system in which students are wholly or substantially separated among the schools of an educational agency based on race, color, sex, or national origin or within a school based on race, color, or national origin.

Factors such as zoning of schools, housing policies, and school choice are the driving factors in segregation today which shifts to incorporate not only grouping by race but also by economic class. Nationwide, the biggest...
Why Education Should be Free?
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Education is the process of accelerating learning, knowledge acquisition, and the acquisition of values and virtues. It aids in the improvement of people all around the world. It is a more reliable way for people to learn knowledge, skills, and morals. The importance of education to one's life and well-being cannot be overstated, yet because it is not provided for free, many children around the world are unable to benefit from it due to their financial circumstances. Education allows people...
Art of Words
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Words are the medium that can show things, make you hear things, and let you speak things, but nothing in the world can work as words for you.

A blind can make out how different matters, creations, and personalities look like through hearing and speaking words. One doesn’t mind when he doesn’t see things like others because words always open a window in their mind, planting imaginary images, which are secret for others as they can never forego what they had already seen. The blind can never...
Student ANXIETY
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ANXIETY is a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, that can be mild or severe. Everyone has feelings of anxiety at some point in their life. For example, you may feel worried and anxious about sitting an exam or having a medical test or job interview.

What are the major types of anxiety?

Excessive anxiety can manifest in one of five anxiety disorders — Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Panic Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), or Social...
Abstaining from Technological Slavery
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Technology, undoubtedly does wonders and isn’t by any means harmful all by itself. It’s the conduct of the users which adheres labels to technology. If used in a constructive way it provides benefits through numerous ways. Nevertheless, our incautious conduct may bring about unpleasant results. The incautious conduct does not only refer to the malicious activities online rather another substantial factor stated below.

Technological slavery:
It is an informal term used to describe the...
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