This essay examines the differences between two universities (neither named) that value and reward very different teaching strategies and philosophies. Whereas one has esteem for “tough” professors with high drop and fail rates, seeing them as educators with high standards and principles, the second aligns itself more closely with today’s best practices in the academy, and seeks educators who nurture the talents, abilities, and unique qualities of individual students.
"Educators, Bell Curves, and Rousseau,"
Essays in Education: Vol. 21
, Article 10.
Available at: https://openriver.winona.edu/eie/vol21/iss1/10