The students were lacking in "critical thinking, complex reasoning and writing skills by the end of their sophomore years." Really? And shouldn't all of those skills been honed and mastered BEFORE they began their four years of college? Attending a university isn't about hooking students up to a computer and pumping their brains full of life-needing knowledge. My favorite line is, "students one year out of college are not faring well: One-third moved back home, and 10 percent were unemployed." Of course they're not faring well - they're dropouts! This has to be one of the most seriously flawed studies ever reported!
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