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Avoiding Plagiarism

Step 0: Original text: Select what you believe to be the most important passage from Susan Eaton’s book. “In Sheff v. O’Neill, 19 schoolchildren and their families sued the state of Connecticut, arguing that the racial, ethnic, and class segregation that … Continue reading

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Avoiding Plagiarism!

Step 0: “Over the years, I’ve come to understand why so many people in this story keep the faith and keep up the fight. Hearing my accounts of the Sheff battle, many friends have wondered if the continuing effort is … Continue reading

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Avoiding Plagiarism

Step 0: Original Text: “Since the first Sheff trial ended in 1993, scholars across the nation have quietly produced evidence rather decisively documenting the harms of segregation and the benefits of policies and programs that connect racially and economically isolated … Continue reading

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Avoiding Plagiarism

Step 0: Original text: Elementary, middle, and high schools with large proportions of racial minority and poor children are far more likely to employ underqualified, uncertified teachers, and new teachers at such schools are less likely to stick around long … Continue reading

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Avoiding Plagarism

In order to understand how NOT to plagiarize, one must actually know how to intentionally plagiarize. Knowing what plagiarism is allows writers to be able to write more carefully and avoid any trouble with academic honestly. The following are examples … Continue reading

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Avoiding Plagiarism

0: Climbing past desegregation to integration takes more than a court judgment. It takes open hearts, open minds, and open attitudes – qualities the best adults struggle to gain and most five-year-olds have in abundance.   1: It is apparent … Continue reading

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Avoiding Plagiarism: The Children In Room E4

Original text: By 1974, Brown would be unable to stop the segregation that was ever more extreme up north. The argument at Sheff’s core is that such de facto segregation, born not from explicit laws but from a variety of … Continue reading

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Plagiarism

Ed 300 Assignment 4 Plagiarism   Part 0: Finding Good Mommies pg 102-109 Part 1: But it was more than that.  He was saying that we lived in Westport because our parents are smarter and that people in Bridgeport aren’t as … Continue reading

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Avoiding Plagiarism

Step 1: Oral Reading skills?  The same.  Imaginative capabilities?  The same.  Ability to stay focused?…the same.  The ability to work cooperatively?  The same.  Willingness to take risks?  The same.  Ease at fitting in?…they’re the same too.  Well, not exactly the same.  The … Continue reading

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Avoiding Plagiarism

Passage: “I think that children can overcome the stigma of poverty… But, what they cannot overcome is the stigma of separation. That is like a damned spot on their being… a spot that, no matter what success you have, you … Continue reading

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