Study of 3.1 Million Tweets Reveals Top Five Reasons Why College Students Skip Classes

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Class120, a technology designed to help improve student success in higher education, teamed up with the social media analysis company Crimson Hexagon to find out why college students skip class. “Early on in the process of creating Class120, I remember reading a quote from a professor alleging our college students are the only consumers that actually don’t want what they’ve paid for,” said Joe Montgomery, Chief Marketing Officer at Core Principle. A recent study at Harvard University found 60 percent of students on average attended any given lecture, showing even at this prestigious institution many students are not asking for their money’s worth […]
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