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Building bridges between home and school, old friends and new ones, is key to ensuring that the first generation to arrive at college departs there with diploma in hand.
You can talk about the real problems and real demands with the second generation but you can\'92t with the first generation because their reality is a constructed and imagined reality.
The conclusions may not be news to many in higher education, who have long recognized the disadvantages that first generation college students often encounter.
What's more, that first generation of stars might have been rife with heavyweights much more massive, on average, than stars from any later epoch.
He concludes that individual mobility was relatively rare among the first generation of migrants.
Empirical research on first generation college students has helped to identify several unique characteristics of this population.
The franchisor knows the first generation that ran the business, made the product, and served customers.
Most first generation iSCSI products do not support all features of the iSCSI standard, which includes advanced performance and reliability enhancing features such as: