Re: Grade Inflation
Let employers do what astute ones have always done -- interview
prospective employees -- or give their own tests.
Grade inflation doesn't begin to compare with the inflated state of the
egos of these arrogant people who are so eager to label and reject other
human beings as detritus.
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Subject: [arn-l] Grade Inflation
Do you think "Grade Inflation" is the new party line for testocrats?
Besides the Jay Matthews column in the Washington Post that angered
Ohanian, here's a Detroit News article quoting a Manhattan Institute
on grade inflation and suggesting that test scores are more reliable
indicators of student performance than are grades.
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