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Michael N. Castle has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Education Famous History Learning Memorialday Patriotism

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Michael N. Castle has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about education, famous, history, learning, memorialday & patriotism. People always share Education quotes, Famous quotes, history, learning, memorialday & patriotism from his literary works.

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  • After completing a Delaware State education, they were afforded opportunities beyond anything they might have imagined - and they opened doors for themselves that surely would have remained closed if they only had a high school education.
  • By climbing a steeper road, the value and appreciation Delaware State students took and continue to take from their education and their experiences is just as great, if not greater, than students attending ivy league schools.
  • Delaware State began as a school bent on service - teaching education, social services and nursing.
  • Lance Armstrong, the famous cyclist and more importantly, cancer survivor, has said 'if you ever get a second chance for something, you've got to go all the way.'
  • Maya Angelou, the famous African American poet, historian, and civil rights activist who is hailed be many as one of the great voices of contemporary literature, believes a struggle only makes a person stronger.
  • These fallen heroes represent the character of a nation who has a long history of patriotism and honor - and a nation who has fought many battles to keep our country free from threats of terror.
  • During the days of segregation, there was not a place of higher learning for African Americans. They were simply not welcome in many of the traditional schools. And from this backward policy grew the network of historical black colleges and universities.
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