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Tue., Sept. 16, 2008, 7:18 p.m.

Now You Can Grade Your Teachers

Does Mrs. Smith give great lectures, but really hard tests? Is Mr. Doe as dull in class as he looks? At, students who have had this teacher will let you know who to skip and who you must have, or you can do the filling in by yourself. Click here for middle or high school teachers, here for college profs. (Note: comments are reviewed for vulgarity, etc.)

Should students be able to grade their teachers? Should administrators be tipped off to who's a bad teacher, and who's a great one?

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