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Attacking Academic Excellence, Scientific Inquiry and Dumbing-down Education in Perú and the Third World

Contents

I. Abstract

II. Introduction

III. Educational Costs are Limiting Academic Learning

IV. Religion is Circumscripting Learning

V. University Ratings: Worldwide with Focus on Perú

VI. Low National Scores

VII. Wealth and Fear of Progress

VIII. No Books, Bad Books, Pirated Books

IX. Intellectual Property and Degree Mills

X. For-profit Universities: Murdering Education for Money

XI. Benchmarking: Steps to Successful Scientific and Academic Research

XII. Identifying Potential Partners

XIII. Identifying Data Sources

XIV. Establishing Process Differences

XV. Targeting Future Performance

XVI. Communicative Process

XVII. Adjusting Research Goal

XVIII. Review and Recalibrating Research

XIX. Calibration and Recalibration in Learning Areas

XX. Conclusion and Recommendations

XXI. Bibliography

XX...

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Why the Bible is not true: bad translations and worse interpretations

Cain and Abel are pleasant myths that tell contradictory stories depending on authorship and what religions employs them. Cain and Abel reveal more of history than theology, and show why today's holy books are wrong.Read More