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“When KIPP tried to take over a regular public school – where the students are not self-selected, but are assigned to the school; and where students not only leave, but large number of students enter — KIPP abandoned the field after just two years.”
“Often, when I talk about the Arava Institute transforming students in how they understand the conflict, I am told that is because they are self-selected so they are more open to such an approach.”
“What the poll shows is that Ron Paul is still very adept at winning polls with self-selected respondents.”
“Yes, but it is a random lottery among the self-selected.”
“These are not votes, they are are polls, and they are polls of self-selected respondents who have internet access and the interest to respond.”
“The 60 schools from which activist sympathizers sent in dust samples were not objectively chosen -- they were self-selected by campaigners.”
“Finally, since this is an unscientific survey, the respondents will be self-selected.”
“They also allege that the reported amount for graduates' average salaries is inflated since it is derived from the narrow, self-selected pool of people who actually provide that information to the schools.”
“But I usually hunt far enough into the backcountry that that curious aversion of mine generally takes care of itself — self-selected against such intrusion by distance and terrain.”
“They are a tiny, self-selected minority of Americans whom the government has called upon again and again to serve in its long-festering post-9/11 occupations.”
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