WOW just WOW, hope she doesnt becomes a college educator!
On a serious note I have a hard time believing that the average for people who teach at
college is as low as 55%. I thought people that teaches at such places had atleast a masters degree. [/quote]
I can easily believe that the academics aren’t that far ahead. I have a harder time believing that everybody, in general, is doing so poor on average.
Education isn’t the same thing as intelligence. I’m of the opinion that almost anyone that has a good memory and is willing to work hard has what it takes to achieve higher education if they try.
Also, there are huge variations in the quality of post-secondary institutions, and there are a lot more schools on the really crappy end than the really good one. Not to mention the fact that for every history prof who aces the test, there’s probably also a crazy (and probably high) philosophy prof, and a bunch of other liberal arts and science profs who don’t. Just because you have a Master’s or PhD doesn’t mean you have a well-rounded education.