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What’s behind the surge in American teens who are highly fluent in high-order math
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errors are rarely due to personal failings, inadequacies, and carelessness. Rather, they result from defects in the design and conditions of medical work that lead careful, competent, caring physicians and nurses to make mistakes that are no different from the simple mistakes people make every day, but which can have devastating consequences for patients. Errors result from faulty systems not from faulty people, so it is the systems that must be fixed. Errors are excusable; ignoring them is not.
http://www.alternet.org/books/killer-care-how-medical-error-became-americas-third-largest-cause-death-and-what-can-be-done
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 "Statistically speaking, an atheist meeting may be one of the best places for single women to meet available men."
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"Unfortunately, relatively few Orthodox Jews realize that the Shidduch Crisis boils down to a math problem"
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article written directly to adolescent on how to stop being bullied/teased about being named ISIS
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It is about as close to a pure meritocracy as it can be, and just as ruthless. ..
 Each year, Ms. Lee fires about 10% of her instructors. (By comparison, U.S. schools dismiss about 2% of public school teachers annually for poor performance.)
South Korea's students rank among the best in the world, and its top teachers can make a fortune. Can the U.S. learn from this academic superpower?
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studies find that women tend to backpedal a lot.  studies also find that when women don't, they are perceived as overly aggressive.
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sum up myself in a few words? i'll have to come back to that
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  • Queens College, City University of New York
    Interdisciplinary (Science Writing), 1996
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