Who Has the Ruling Hand in the Classroom, the Teacher or the Student?
These days many college professors complain that their classroom is no longer controlled by them. Instead, a student and his tuition determine the difficulty of the material and have a strong influence over how he is graded. Universities are worried that their students will bring their business elsewhere if they are not quickly appeased. What the university doesn't understand is that spoiling its students does not make them happy. In reality, they become bored and disinterested. Then the students graduate with a deficient degree because it no longer symbolizes being prepared for the work force. The university's fear of losing tuitions has gone too far when professors are afraid to challenge their students and feel the need to pass those who should have failed. A student should be given the role of consumer in some respects but the classroom is a very different environment than any other in the business world. …
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