Monday, May 11, 2009

This year, 'senioritis' may have dire consequences

Each spring, I hear the discussions -- both the formal ones during faculty meetings, and the informal ones at lunch or over coffee -- about the dwindling attention spans and attendance of our senior students. And despite all of our professional or personal protestations, seniors have blithely blundered on through to graduation still pulling pranks in school, skipping class, or generally shutting their effort down, without much of a public impact on their post-secondary school plans. Not anymore, according to a recent article, which could be bad news for folks looking to become knowledgeable and more employable by attending college in an already bleak economic climate.

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