What if you combined Robin Hanson and German higher education?

Students in Germany rated their curriculum, teaching and job prospects more highly when their universities were labeled “excellent” by the government — even though the award was unrelated to teaching, according to new research.

But this next sentence does not follow:

The results cast further doubt on the reliability of student satisfaction scores, a co-author of the study said.

Here is the full story by David Matthews.


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