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Messages - resipsaloquitur
A JD is not a terminal degree. That's what PhDs are for. For an adjunct position it probably won't matter, but there are, as always, exceptions. Had a convo recently with someone who was tired of getting apps from crim defense guys that thought a JD and 20 years experience meant that they were qualified to teach criminal justice at the local state U. Not without a PhD, dooder.
Huh, that seems like a form over substance thing.
"Generally unethical"? In what way?
I am not suggesting a student pull some grade out of their ass, but should report the midterm grades that correspond with the actual scores the student received. There is something unethical about reporting this information accurately?
I never said anyone should invent a GPA. There's no GPA until after final grades are calculated in the spring. There's also no class ranking until that time either.