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The article is really informative
The article is really informative and Bill Gates always try to do something for the education and the students of U.S no doubt he is a hard worker that's the reason he is a most successful person and famous person worldwide and I appreciate his hard work for public health initiatives
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The article is really informative and Bill Gates always try to do something for the education and the students of U.S no doubt he is a hard worker that's the reason he is a most successful person and famous person worldwide and I appreciate his hard work for public health initiatives.
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As a resigned educator, with a deep rooted devotion to helping other people enhance the open doors in their lives as a consequence of taking in the nuts and bolts expected of somebody we consider to be "educated"...it was continually remunerating. A satisfying profession. In any case, what I did notice throughout the years was the detatchment and absence of enthusiasm for the very understudies who could advantage straightforwardly from a training and improve their lives.
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re: Bill Gates To SXSWedu: Education Change Is Hard
I have been though SXSW and I have to admit I had no idea that there was a conference that was aligned and called SXSWedu, I would have attended. I like the passion and the recognition form Bill about the importance of utilizing the current web resources as a learning tool. I once read that tin this age on information the only excuse for not having it is ignorance. Information has never been so plentiful and easily accessible, which I would imagine would propel the learning curve into a something smaller rather than bigger,

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