Grade Inflation The faculty at Princeton University recently decided to limit the number of 'A' grades. Many professors say students need to be challenged more. But critics question whether this is the right way to learn. Join NPR's Neal Conan and guests to discuss grade inflation.

Guests:

Beth Bogan
*Professor of economics at Princeton University

Evan Baehr
*Student at Princeton University

Stuart Rojstaczer
*Professor of environmental science at Duke University

Merle Bruno
*Biology professor at Hampshire College
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The faculty at Princeton University recently decided to limit the number of 'A' grades. Many professors say students need to be challenged more. But critics question whether this is the right way to learn. Join NPR's Neal Conan and guests to discuss grade inflation.

Guests:

Beth Bogan
*Professor of economics at Princeton University

Evan Baehr
*Student at Princeton University

Stuart Rojstaczer
*Professor of environmental science at Duke University

Merle Bruno
*Biology professor at Hampshire College