Professor’s ‘stress reduction policy’ allows students to change own grades

Well, this certainly won’t turn out well in the future. It is such a bad idea that it can only be described as a prank, a practical joke or a hoax. What is it?

A university professor has decided to allow his students to select their own grades.

According to a new report from Campus Reform, University of Georgia professor Dr. Richard Watson will permit his students to choose their own grades if they feel that they are “unduly stressed” without any explanation required.

Yep, that’s the start of something new on campuses. Sadly, it doesn’t end there.

For exams and tests, they will all be “open book and open notes.” For in-class presentations, only positive comments will be permitted, and criticisms will be emailed to the individual at a later time.

The policy further states:

“If in a group meeting, you feel stressed by your group’s dynamics, you should leave the meeting immediately and need offer no explanation to the group members.”

Here is the “stress reduction policy”:

What the heck will the corporate world look like in 10, 20 years?

 

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