Which of the following pieces of evidence would best support an argument in favor of a longer school week?
A poll of student opinions in the school newspaper
A report from Department of Education describing research findings
An online petition requesting more hours in school signed by teachers
An editorial written by a parent explaining the benefits of more time in school
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I would have to say B That what sound to me the best answer.
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I'd say B for sure
Okay, I just wanted to get a second opinion. Thanks guys.
As a general rule of thumb
Verified research, original publication.
Verified research, re-publication/quotation
Unbiased-news about verified research
Biased-news about verified research
Other biased sources, like a pro gun site on guns or an anti-abortion site on abortion
Opinion based on the above
When you have random people or poles that are not controlled it falls under opinions and rumors. So basically, all the answers other than the government study are pretty bad support.
A properly controlled pole is a form of research. An informal pole or one with badly contrived questions is flawed.