Well, my friends and I get on perfectly well and they're all in other houses. But I did realize whilst reading a paper for a school assignment that the world is dominated by Gryffindor ideals, which is definitely apparent in pop culture. Slytherins tend to have differing sets of values, often values that are given to the "villains". They're not usually even "evil" values...just different than the norms that have been pushed down our throats since the beginning of the human race.
This article Twin Cities Daily Planet takes into consideration cultural values in the delivery and use of early childhood education services. It definitely provides some food for thought. What do you currently see and what do you want to see from early childhood education programs in terms of cultural sensitivity?
The focus of this article was on the company Rite Aid. The article describes the beginning of the company in 1968 and covers the unethical downturn in 1995. This article was extremely informative because the author divulges the entire truth not just the parts that support his case for unethical practices being carried out. Overall, a very interesting read with a different overview. (8597)