Mon 1 Feb 2016
Grade inflation is a problem at Williams, one we have discussed many times in the past. Start here for a good introduction. The most annoying aspect of the debate is the refusal by Williams to make the data public, or at least available to students and alumni.
Here are the grade distributions at Middlebury.
The average grade at Middlebury has increased from 3.32 to 3.53 in 11 years. How much higher will it go in the future?
Why can’t Williams be as transparent as Middlebury when it comes to this important topic?
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