Teaching Children with Learning Disabilities

Teaching children with disabilities has been one of the most challenging endeavors to both parents and teachers. People tend to learn myriad of things and activities during childhood; for example, the ability to talk, walk, and interact with others. Until recently, learning disabilities were not recognized as actual disabilities (Narang & Gupta, 2014). Notably, in […]

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Should Rich Countries Pay More for Environmental Damage?

Environmental damage is happening at a very high rate. In the last one hundred years, environmental degradation has transpired more than ever before (Acemoglu & Robinson, 2012).  Both countries, both poor and rich share an equal blame concerning environmental damage. These countries have turned a blind eye to environmental conservation and are busy working on […]

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