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  • Northeastern University survey: ‘Generation Z’ thinks the U.S. is on the ‘wrong track’

    Boston Magazine - 11/18/2014

    The next generation of students getting ready to step into the world of higher education isn’t too worried about climate change, claims they always break up with a significant other in person—not via smartphone texts—and gets their news from online sources like the New York Times, rather than sites like Buzzfeed, according to the results of a national survey conducted by Northeastern University.

    On Tuesday, the school’s president, Joseph Aoun, alongside a panel of experts and educators, delivered these survey findings and more during a presentation at the fourth ever “Innovation Imperative Series” event at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.

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