- n. Plural form of student.
“Failing more students might make this even worse by adding extra stress *even for the good students*.”
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“A spokeswoman said: 'This includes students from an ethnic minority background and those with a disability, as well as students who are in receipt of a full maintenance grant.”
“And surely the best way to ensure scientific literacy in students is to take ownership of the endeavor?”
“By the way, a lot of schools are taking in students from the evacuation without the usual requirement of records.”
“Then I read the chapter in How to Talk So Kids Will Listen… on how to free children from playing roles and rewrote the summary, substituting the word students for children.”
“As a result there have been thousands of Latin American students up in the American universities, and now a smaller number of United States students is beginning to go clown that way.”
“When you're giving feedback to your students is there a particular kind of approach that you take?”
“A brief outline of the information I gave the students is as follows: It was 1950, and the Major had been shot in his study at 9.30, his body discovered an hour later by his butler and time of death established by the local doctor.”
“Whether these companies are obliged to screw over their students is a secondary question that follows after whether they in fact do so.”
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