Sunday, April 4, 2010

More on Grade Inflation

From Catherine Rampell at Economix:
In the end, it probably turns out to be a wash, with everybody receiving meaninglessly high grades and feeling disappointed and demoralized by the lack of competitive advantage they were promised.

And my favorite:
Think of it this way: If everybody wears increasingly high high-heels, no one looks tall, but everybody’s feet hurt.

No comments:

Post a Comment