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  1. How E-Learning Is Reducing Inequality

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    Wealth inequality has been present since the dawn of time. During the Qing Dynast (221-206 b.c), for example, social structures distributed resources based on a pre-established hierarchy. In mid-19th century Russia, the population consisted mainly of peasant farmers, with 1.5% of the population owning 25% of the land. Nowadays,'laissez faire' economic policies aim to facilitate the appropiate distribution of wealth and resources in most countries, where the aim is to link individual effort with earnings. This system has its roots in the 'invisible hand' concept introduced by famous economist, Adam Smith, in 1759. Continue reading

  2. Five Great Free Educational Websites

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    For the ever-busy educator, finding free educational resources can be an incredibly daunting task. To make this task easier, the BoardShare team compiled a list of free educational websites. Using this list, we selected five great websites for teachers to utilize in the classroom.
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