This NY Times Blog reports some interesting facts.Â How do we explain the decline in study time? Perhaps the new generation of students is (!) Â smarter and has a higher productivity per minute of studying?Â Or, do professors now hand out less homework?Â Â These averages may mask a composition shift. As the number of undergraduate slots has increased over time, Â the marginal college student may be less hard working?Â Or, is this evidence that the new generation is soft and simply seeking the good life.
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