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Daily Archives: 1 December 2011
The word of the day: el escritorio I love this Spanish word.
74. Religious instruction in schools is developed in diverse scholastic contexts, while always maintaining its proper character, to acquire different emphases. These depend on legal and organizational circumstances, educational theories, personal outlook of individual teachers and students as well as … Continue reading