Is It Ethical To Pay Students For Good Grades?

by Peggy Curran Paris Arnopoulos made an offer Concordia University had to refuse. Four years later, he still can’t quite figure out why. Because what do you do with a professor when he stops being a professor? And how do you go about saying no to a professor who is willing to work for free? Arnopoulos taught political science at Concordia for 33 years before he retired in 1996, a time when government cuts, bulging deficits and an aging faculty pushed many Quebec universities to offer sweet early retirement packages. But he thought he still had some teaching left in […]
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