By ChinaWillOwnUs - 27/08/2018 15:00

Today, I was warned that I was failing too many students and it had to stop, so I showed my boss all of the easy assignments a lot of students didn't even turn in. She told me to stop using so many "big words" in them. I teach at a four year University. FML
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Is it the students failing or are you failing the students by not being able to teach the material.

sparx1_1 12

This is the "no man left behind"education system at work. American education is about lowering the bar until everyone's a winner.

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Alup132 22

Hasn’t this been posted months ago?

CharlesEmersonW 31

You know what they say.... Stupid loves company...

deep deep 6

haha

Luke16eirb7deneuwn1 20

U S A! U S A! U S A!

onelonelybagel 5

young people these days, especially in America, are just plain lazy. they don't want to do the work and expect you to give them a good grade for not doing anything. I am a young person but I was taught work hard and you'll reap good rewards

Luke16eirb7deneuwn1 20

Don't generalize!

Interesting username, OP.

Is it the students failing or are you failing the students by not being able to teach the material.

PenguinPal3017 19

If they aren't even turning in the assignments they aren't trying. Fail them all and let God sort them out.

sparx1_1 12

This is the "no man left behind"education system at work. American education is about lowering the bar until everyone's a winner.

Serpent20601 9

lol. liberal college

Paul B. Gyurcsanszky 14

This is what happens when every kid gets a trophy!

Wow time to talk to the dean cause your boss is a idiot 😒

I feel ya. Got pretty much the same thing from my Chair. I had a Junior tell me 189-98 was 102. WTF.

I went back to school for new degree after 20 years. Of the new students that I saw, about half never should have been able to graduate high school. I had to take a couple of freshman courses, that weren't in my first degree. These students these days we're having problems, and it was simple stuff that I learned in high school. Colleges are letting too many kids in that have no business being there. These kids have no chance of graduating, but the school's make money off of them with the tuition, and the kids are settled with that they have to pay.