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  • Küdzoo pays students for good grades, but experts have mixed views

    Good Call - 01/29/2016

    “We hope that students have internal motivation, desire to do good work, strong work ethic and desire to excel. That’s not enough,” countered Donna M. Lubrano, an adjunct faculty member for marketing, communications, and international business at Northeastern University in Boston. Her parents paid her for good grades when she was in elementary and high school. “We need to sweeten the pot, by offering tangible evidence of good performance other than a grade. It prepares students for the real world.”


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