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    I thought your post was very moving and very informative. You used a lot of information that gets people thinking about the effects of immigration and what it does to families and children. I think you bring up a great argument. Here is some more information I found about…Read More

  • Hi Pauline,
    I think your post is very interesting because I don’t think many people are looking at this situation this way because they are only worried about the virus. I think you bring up very good arguments and facts that prove that with people staying home we are helping the earth. Here is another source I found that can help with your…Read More

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    There has been a surge of skilled women in the workplace. “As more women find their way into high-skill jobs and acquire more education, the gender wage gap narrows,” says researchers. Women are in the

    Working Women

    There has been a surge of skilled women in the workplace. “As more women find their way into high-skill jobs and acquire more education, the gender wage gap narrows,” says researchers. Women are in the lead of getting jobs...

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  • Hi Kelsey,
    I found what you wrote was very interesting and it makes people reading think about the argument you are portraying. The reason this was so interesting to read was because not many people talk about whether assisted suicide should be legal. Most people read or hear the word suicide and don’t want to talk about it because of the…Read More

  • Hi Kayla.
    I agree with your argument that school should start later in order for students to get more sleep and maintain good mental health. You addressed a very good problem that if school were to start later, then most students would stay up later at night because they know they can. I found this link that might interest you and give more…Read More

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