How students act in prof evaluations

"Students are very generous, but they'll zap you."

-- University of Northern Iowa marketing professor Dennis Clayson on his poll, which showed that one out of three students surveyed admitted they had lied on anonymous teacher evaluations. Two out of 10 admitted they had lied on the comments section of the evaluations.

Although some students lied to make their profs look good, the survey showed, more often than not they punished those they didn't like.

Read the full story in The Des Moines Register, which was pointed out by The Chronicle of Higher Education.

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