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Fewer students, fewer teachers The Michigan Department of Education in September released two white papers — one on trends in teacher certification in the state and the other on teacher turnover.
Plus, photos show that while the lightsaber churros are sometimes wrapped in plain white paper, some of them come wrapped in paper that looks like a lightsaber handle.
Still, the landscape of ideas isn’t completely barren, as the Sanders camp also released a six-page white paper Tuesday outlining some ways that the country could pay for Medicare for All.
Waymo just dropped a 43-page white paper called the Waymo Safety Report that provides a wealth of new details about Waymo's vision for the self-driving car product the company is getting ready to launch.
Our favorite cheese and eggs breakfast would be waiting in the kitchen and the cardboard boxes — holding white paper sacks with her customers' names and amounts owed handwritten on the front — were sitting at the front door.
Photographs stored in a dishwasher would just be little pieces of white paper.
Jeb Bush read white papers, gave speeches at D.C. think tanks.
It's done in bold black marker on white paper — quite a minimalist design, at odds with his usual approach to lavish decor — and includes Trump's unmistakably spiky signature scrawled alongside the base of the Empire State Building.
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