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World Wide School is dedicated to collecting preserving and presenting educational material

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    "All this will not be finished in the first one hundred days.
    Nor will it be finished in the first one thousand days. . .
    nor in the life of this administration,
    nor even perhaps in our lifetime on this planet.
    But let us begin."

        John F Kennedy, January 20, 1961

 

 
Your only investment is your time.
Your only requirement is an interest in learning.

    Welcome to the World Wide School. The best place on the Internet to learn just about anything. Just read, click and learn. We wish you the best.

    This site is dedicated to the collection, preservation and presentation of educational material. To participate in the World Wide School all you need to do is to invest your time.

    For whatever reason, many people may find it difficult to broaden their education by traditional means; attending high school or college can seem like an impossible dream. That is why we are offering an education via the Web.

    Enjoy.

 
The Hart Library

    We are still stocking The Hart Library, which comprises of classic titles including those from the collection of The Gutenberg Project. This is a complete library containing everything from fairy tales and poetry to mathematical dissertations and reference material.

    Please note that many of the books and other works provided on this site were written many years ago, before the invention of radio, atomic bombs, and automobiles. Some are even older, written when the world was run by Kings and Queens, and most people did not know how to read. The works reflect the times in which they were written, and many contain views about race, religion, science and other things that we find offensive or just plain wrong today.

    We believe that part of value of these works is the window they provide on the past -- but of course the views, opinions and beliefs they express are not necessarily those of World Wide School. By providing these books we do not mean to advocate ANY point of view, except that education and reading are good.

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