|Can we file away these complaints?|
In the coming weeks, two million Americans will earn a bachelor’s degree and either join the work force or head to graduate school. They will be joyous that day, and they will remember fondly the schools they attended. But as this unique chapter of life closes and they reflect on campus events, one primary part of higher education will fall low on the ladder of meaningful contacts: the professors.That’s what students say. Oh, they’re quite content with their teachers; after all, most students receive sure approval. In 1960, only 15 percent of grades were in the “A” range, but now the rate is 43 percent..
Full set of gripes at http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/10/opinion/sunday/whats-the-point-of-a-professor.html
Ah, if only we could go back to those Good Old Days: