Cell Phone Usage in School

Cell Phone Usage in School

There is a rapid increase in the cell phones usage among twelve to seventeen years old students in the United States. Nearly 90 percent of US teenagers own a cell phone.

Students and Grades In COVID-19 Pandemic

Students and Grades In COVID-19 Pandemic

The implicit biases of educators can affect their assessment of their students. Implicit biases may cause teachers to unfairly assess students for factors such as economic background, race, ethnicity, gender, or physical attractiveness.

Impact of Family Engagement on Parents & Educators

Impact of Family Engagement on Parents & Educators

This section will discuss impact of family engagement on parents and educators and its positive effects. We will explore different researches how the partnership between families and educator yield positive results.

Affordable Housing In United States

Affordable Housing In United States

In the United States, affordable housing refers to housing deemed financially accessible to households that earn below the median household income, as measured by the US Census Bureau.

1984 By George Orwell | Summary and Analysis

The Novel 1984 was written by author George Orwell (1903–1950), who warns readers against totalitarianism, a system of absolute authority, which he imagined would occur a little more than three decades in his future

Human, Social, and Cultural Capital and Immigration Issues

Human capital, cultural capital, and social capital are three related terms used in sociology, economics, and other fields. In economics the word capital is often used to refer to money, goods, or other tangible (material) financial assets

War in its Worst Manifestation

Throughout history war has been one of the chief triggers for human migration. During armed conflicts some people are forced to leave their homes to escape physical violence, political persecution, or regime change.

Housing And Effects of Immigrant Housing

Securing adequate housing is a primary concern of newly arrived immigrants. According to the United Nations (UN) Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, adequate housing is “more than just four walls and a roof,