Posts Tagged ‘grades’

A Modest Proposal: 2.0

Earlier I proposed the idea of repossessing credentials for students who default on student loans. This past week, an improvement to this proposal has come to light. The idea is described by  Michael Simkovi in an excellent Social Science Research Network paper titled “Risk Based Student Loans.” Without risk-based pricing of student loans, there may […]

Cook’s Theory of Performance Evaluation

The ideas presented here evolved from a post titled “Evaluate people at their best or their worst?” on John Cook’s blog. In order to make this post a little tighter, I’ll refer to John’s ideas as “Cook’s Theory of Performance Evaluation” and describe it as follows. John identifies three ways a person’s performance can be […]