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There are 23 articles in our archive related to this topic. Below are 5 selected at random and available to all users of the site.

Year-round schools to impact marketers
No one's sure if the trend will catch on, but marketers are taking notice of a renewed interest in year-round schools. There are many issues with the idea, but studies show that marketers might be affected by the trend.
More universities are offering training in marketing research
This article highlights several academic programs that offer training in marketing research techniques. It also notes limitations in these programs and opportunities for further development.
Pennsylvania Bar Assn. conducts a telephone survey of lawyers recently admitted to practice
The Pennsylvania Bar Association conducted a telephone survey of lawyers recently admitted to practice. The survey probed the reasons why people go to law school, what their hopes and aspirations are, and how their opinions changed during their education - both after they were admitted to the bar and during the first few years of practice. In addition, the survey was designed to determine ways to help new lawyers handle the challenges they face.
Satisfaction research helps Delaware school district set standards, improve performance
New Castle County Vocational Technical School District in Delaware surveys students, parents, and teachers every two years, and graduates six to 12 months after graduation, as part of the district’s comprehensive program of marketing research and performance reporting.
Penn State University conducts multi-level research to launch its online campus
Penn State University applied a wide range of research methods to determine the potential of its online learning program, the World Campus. The researchers used interviews, electronic questionnaires and e-mail surveys. Participants included associations, business leaders, students currently in or inquiring about its independent learning program, faculty and professionals in a variety of fields.

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In Case You Missed It... December 2013
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Researchers weigh in on industry talk
As part of a Quirk's Q&A series, researchers cite the topics they think the industry is talking about too much and those they think are not being talked about enough.
Queue Bits: Same-day repeat of e-mail offer yields more profits

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