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Posted by Cassie on Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 10:44am.

What evidence from the article best supports the article’s main idea: that middle school students should concentrate on a few good relationships and not worry about being popular?
A>“[You] need to see that liking [yourself] is more important than being part of the in crowd.”
B.“Good friends build us up and help us feel confident about ourselves. They will most likely be around long after the in crowd is just a memory.”
C.“Seeking out others with similar interests is often a good place to start trying to fit in and to develop relationships.”
D.“Who is popular varies from place to place. And of course, not every popular kid is obnoxious or a snob or unfriendly.”
I think it is A...?

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