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Title: "no books please; we're student

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Subject: English
Author: William H
Date: October 31, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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Leo supports his opinion by using the latest survey put out by UCLA's Higher Education Research Institute; a paper written by a chemistry professor, Henry Bauer of Virginia Tech; and a book called Generation X Goes to College, written by "Peter Sacks." Leo's first source of support is UCLA's Higher Education Research Institute...

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According to the latest (1995) UCLA's Higher Education Research Institute's survey of college freshmen put out each year, only 35% of students report that they spent six or more hours a week doing homework or studying during their senior year in high school, down from 43.7% in 1987. The survey also reports the hightest percentage ever of students being bored in class, 33...

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