Students in colleges of agriculture are often short-changed by their professors. In fact, the situation could be severe enough in some cases for the students to win malpractice suits using "failure to encourage thinking" as their claim. This is a serious allegation, but professors of agriculture often fall short of encouraging students to think beyond rote memorization of facts.



higher levels of cognition, critical thinking

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