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nileswestnews.org/4624/west-word/study-hall-does-anyone-actually-study

Anyone who's had a study hall knows that the rules are a bit ridiculous. When I ... A place where studying is pretty much impossible; from the bad lighting to the the complete lack of desks to the .... On a good day, I could get more than 3 laps in.

www.janegoodwin.net/2008/09/11/those-worthless-study-halls

Sep 11, 2008 ... Once upon a time, a study hall was a good place for a student to relax a ... It's too bad that our kids have to put up with the kind of behaviors they ...

www.theprospect.net/4-reasons-why-you-should-take-a-study-hall-24968

May 30, 2014 ... There are many stereotypes surrounding students who voluntarily choose to take a study hall. They are typically seen as underachievers and ...

chscomet.org/showcase/2015/03/11/study-hall-should-we-have-it

Mar 11, 2015 ... Guidance counselor Britany Watkins think that a study hall would not be a good option for students. She feels that students should take ...

talk.collegeconfidential.com/university-chicago/747983-does-taking-ap-study-hall-look-bad.html

You'll be thankful for that study hall when the crush of applications, courses and activities get ... Honestly, that's a good way to end high school.

letters2president.org/letters/14050

Nov 7, 2016 ... Schools should have a study hall for students to get more homework ... to so students have to do good if they want to get into a good college.

www.ctpost.com/news/article/Making-the-most-of-study-hall-377759.php

Feb 23, 2010 ... Enter a study hall at high school and you'll find students vigorously finishing the chemistry lab due next period, gossiping about TV shows, ...

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The Effects of Mandatory Study Hall on the Academic Performance ... examine the perceptions of the effect of a study hall ... study hall was a good use of time.

www.educationworld.com/a_admin/admin/admin347.shtml

Startled by students' failing grades, one principal turned things around by implementing a mandatory make-up policy.