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Scott-Clayton Advocates More Structure, Fewer Choices, for College Students

Blogging on The New York Times' "Economix" site, Judith Scott-Clayton, assistant professor at the Community College Research Center, says too much choice can lead to cognitive overload, procrastination and dissaatisfaction in college.
Blogging on The New York Times' "Economix" site, Judith Scott-Clayton, assistant professor at the Community College Research Center, says too much choice can lead to cognitive overload, procrastination and dissaatisfaction in college.

LINK: http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/03/25/the-dark-side-of-choice-in-higher-education/


Published Friday, Mar. 25, 2011

Scott-Clayton Advocates More Structure, Fewer Choices, for College Students

Blogging on The New York Times' "Economix" site, Judith Scott-Clayton, assistant professor at the Community College Research Center, says too much choice can lead to cognitive overload, procrastination and dissaatisfaction in college.

LINK: http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/03/25/the-dark-side-of-choice-in-higher-education/


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