..Additionally, the research that stimulates intellectual growth, enhances and facilitates student learning, and adds to the scientific knowledge base of the academy in six (6) critical subject content areas.
Is this comma placement correct?This sentence is incomplete. I would expect a comma after "areas" and a concluding clause.
Subsequently, data from our collective research projects would be utilized to strengthen a data bank that would be more distinctive in addressing issues, problems, and concerns relative to violence; as well as pedagory for working with at-risk children, youth and families in the Southeastern region of the United States.
Is the semicolon correct? No. No punctuation required. What is "pedagory"? And try to avoid two "woulds" in one sentence.
One more question...
How many more children will be "robbed" of their "childhood" and "adolescence"?
Would the ? go outside the puncutation. I thought it always went inside????? Outside. The words are being highlighted.
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