Last month, we wrote about a survey list that appeared in The Princeton Review’s Best 366 Colleges. The list, titled, “professors get low marks,” cited seven engineering schools among the worst ten colleges in the country for teaching quality.
After we wrote the story, we received dozens of e-mails from readers, many of whom had strong opinions about the educational process. We’ve posted many of the letters here (with permission from the letter writers) as comments. Take a look at them. And, if you feel strongly enough, let us hear from you, too.