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thank you for clarifying i guess i skipped over that part

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thank you for clarifying i guess i skipped over that part

beverly(22) Clarified
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i don't understand if you are for or against this topic. . . It is a little bit of a mixed feeling? mayb e a little more clarity?

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Helicopter parents are not all bad, sometimes they can have good effects stated by Sara Lipka, a reporter from the Chronicle of Higher Education states in her artical,"The report evaluates institutions' performances in five categories: level of academic challenge, active and collaborative learning, student-faculty interaction, enriching educational experiences, and supportive campus environment" (Lipka 1). This shows how it can stimulate effective learning processes, and even how when the students get to college they would be able to have a taste of freedom and be able to have more social opportunites. Also stated in the paragraph "Students whose parents intervene on their behalf--38 percent of freshmen and 29 percent of seniors--are more active in and satisfied with college" (Lipka 1). This shows how when students get to college they are able to show improvement and have freedom and stand on their own to feet.

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