What is a 1D2 student?
Excellent article. I had no idea that a State school could have a 1:3 ratio of administers to students! I knew it was bad, but I had no idea it was this bad.
Anyone that’s still bent on persuing a higher degree is a Useful Idiot unless they’re learning a trade. I’ll even throw lawyers in there for good measure, LOL!
My my. Whatever are these poor people gonna do with themselves all evening in their cold, dark flats - huddled from the fury outside behind a dozen dead bolts, with no safe egress to go get a replacement pair of reading glasses at the hopefully-not-yet-burned-out corner store - once their savior Obama brings the lights down at the conclusion of his fundamental transformation?
Part of the problem is that students enter college knowing much less than they should after attending public schools--or being misinformed. I have been told that in the local public schools students are taught that at the time of Columbus people thought that the world was flat.
At public universities there may be pressure not to fail too many students because their tuition money is needed--so college courses become the equivalent of a high school course of 50 years ago. Plus student evaluations put pressure on instructors, especially those who do not have tenure, to keep the students happy, and making the course too hard may result in low student evaluation scores...which administrators have been known to treat as if they were Holy Writ.