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  1. Second, the quality of the writing in the preventing school violence entry is not as a good as the writing in the school violence entry. Iss246 ( talk ) 15:58, 18 July 2009 (UTC) The merger has now been decreed after discussion by the powers that be (see Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Preventing school violence ), so it is too late to say that ...

  2. The School for Good and Evil is a fantasy fairytale hexalogy of books by Soman Chainani. The first novel in the series was published on May 14, 2013. The series is set in a fictional widespread location known as the Endless Woods.

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    • 2013 – 2020
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  4. To Use or Not to Use: Wikipedia in the Classroom. The crowd-sourced site Wikipedia has long been bemoaned by the academic community as an unreliable source for student research. Some educators, however, have embraced the site—not only for pointing students in the direction of quality information, but also for teaching information literacy skills.

  5. May 06, 2021 · Obtain the school handbook. It is important to know the expectations of the school in advance. Ask for a copy and read it well. If you have any questions about the rules, the requests for money etc., ask them as soon as possible.

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  6. meta.wikimedia.org › wiki › Talk:WikikidsTalk:Wikikids - Meta

    Wikikids should be written for children and by children (only). The aim of the project should not only be having good articles, but children should also learn how to write them. Of course, adults can always write better articles, but it would be frustating for children having replaced their content with "the better version".

  7. Dec 29, 2021 · Instead of reading like normal human beings, we were expected to stop in the middle of the page, write down thoughts about the text on a sticky note, and stick it in the book.