In the course of commenting on two recent books on campus life, Naomi Schaefer Riley offers a radical suggestion:
What if it became hard to get good grades in college without devoting, say, at least 40 hours a week to attending classes and actually studying for them? One suspects that the alcohol problem--and many problems derived from idleness--would sort themselves out.
What think you, my professorial, parental, and student readers?
Hat tip: Brad Smith.
8:19 AM / August 25, 2005
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