According to the most comprehensive analysis ever of grade inflation in higher education in the United States, nowadays even the most average students are likely to be given A's.
Although all those A's might make American students feel--or appear--smart, in the long run, it could make them less employable compared with their legitimately high-achieving peers around the world.
Join Dr. Keith Starcher, Professor for the DeVoe School of Business, in his "Quick Quotes" series as he narrates summations of his ongoing research. Keith is interested in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; in particular, he is intrigued about how SoTL applies to adjunct online faculty.
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Narration: Dr. Keith Starcher / Professor, DeVoe School of Business
Recorded: January 10, 2017
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