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The second chapter re-states many conclusions from Academically Adrift regarding limited learning gains as measured by the CLA, before presenting new information on how those academic limitations affect transition into graduate school.
Victory in the boys' event went to Chester-le-Street's Christopher Perkins who had a five-second cushion over Bradley Foggin (Elswick) at the finish with North Shields Poly's Josh Blevins a further six seconds adrift in third place.
In their 2011 book, “Academically Adrift,” Arum and Roksa describe the sobering reality that 45% of college students demonstrate very little learning during their first two years of college.
Video shot by the crew aboard the ship show clumps of buoys, nets and plastic debris adrift in the ocean.
Baltimore's all-weather lifeboat received an alert on Saturday evening that a rigid-inflatable boat was adrift four miles south of Glandore in West Cork.
Pitkin was a neck behind in third and The Only Boss fourth, another three-and-half-a-length adrift.
Adrift is a soulful read with a brand of acceptance that is uncommon in an era of intolerance.
South Korea-based Hyundai Motor Company's (KSE: 005380) Equus sedans shipment from Korea to the United States has broken down at sea, leaving the models adrift thousands of miles from their intended landing point.
PC Neil Cookson said: Some time overnight between Sunday May 5 and Monday May 6, thieves stole at least three outboard motors from boats moored at the harbour and cast adrift other marine craft.
Sailors Joy was a head behind in third and Barracuda was another half-a-length adrift in fourth.
Summary: Sydney: A French solo sailor adrift for days in a life raft on the Southern .
Despite his well-judged win, which saw him fend off pressure from Lotus team-mates Romain Grosjean and Kimi Raikkonen, Hamilton remains 47 points adrift of championship leader Fernando Alonso.