Arcadia High School, the academic juggernaut, is one of the most outstanding places I know where students who are not the valedictorian or even one of the 49 salutatorians still get admitted into the Ivy League schools. Asians rely on their success-or-punishment culture to push them into the Ivy League schools. On the other hand African Americans, Hispanics, and even Caucasians do not have such overwhelmingly present success-based cultures, and often find themselves lost among the Yellow Sea of overachievers, their hopes of achieving excellence wither away as time progresses. Not to mention that teachers vastly prefer the easier job of tending to the stellar students who already automatically push themselves to succeed over the students that need the most support and motivation. If Arcadia High School ever wants to truly achieve excellence and further elevate its ranking, it needs to assist the three groups of students that are the most unmotivated to achieve excellence: those whose dreams are not in the STEM field, those who need to find their dreams, and those who cannot consider their dreams because they cannot get past their grades. All three groups need peer and administrative support.
Slavery in the United States
The Grapes of Wrath: John Steinbeck, Robert DeMott: ludusmagnus.info: Books
Intro Paragraph: Empathy as a product of arts stands for one of the edges that balance the mind. For individuals, empathy puts emotional factors into account when making decisions. On a global scale, empathy reduces conflicts among countries, which helps cooperation. Conflicts reduced to a minimum, which means countries are woven to the net of the shared global economy, this net of the economy would operate against war and forms chain of supplies around the globe. Thesis: Empathy, which assists individuals to form a variety of perspectives and shared global economy, which helps maintain peace and encourages business on a global scale. This together contributes to successful global collaboration.
GPT-3 Creative Fiction
Yo-Yo Ma reflects on the role of arts, creativity and the edges of life. His comments are adapted from a conversation with WorldPost. When I travel around the country and the world to perform, I pick up in my many conversations a growing sense that the first Enlightenment -- which posited the rule of reason over emotion and feelings -- is getting a little creaky, confining and even counterproductive. The neurobiologist Antonio Damasio has written about Descartes' error that, to put it in shorthand, "I think therefore I am.
Visitors can see boutique galleries and many souvenir emporiums. The town also has a pretty municipal beach and promenade with palm trees and seafood grilling. Close-by is the Bassin Bleu. This cataract is part of the Petite Riviere that runs through the southern mountains.