The Lottery

by Lee Shainen A WHILE AGO, a student of mine wrote a paper inspired by a poster that said, “Education is the one thing people are willing to pay for and not receive.” When she read that line in class, the other students snorted a short laugh of self-recognition. It started me thinking of all the students who did not get what they paid for in my classes over the years. I consistently get good evaluations from my students, but the ones who disappear usually do so without saying a word. It is easy for me to assume that it […]
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