One Issue, Two Interpretations Two people looking at the same facts can find different meaning in those facts and can create a different interpretation of the reality behind the facts by looking at different aspects of the situation, making certain elements of the situation salient and others not and the type of language they use. For instance, in an age where everyone attends school and education is so costly, the phenomenon of grade inflation is affecting the quality of education throughout the country. Most of the students at every level including high schools, colleges and universities are receiving higher grades to which everyone is not entitled to receive. Grade inflation is similar to the concept of inflation in which price of commodities rise, impacts students, instructors, their parents and standard of education. In response to this situation, Author Sita Slavov, a professor of public policy and the director of the public policy Ph.D. program publishes “How to Fix College Grade Inflation” in the U.S. News on 26 December 2016. Similarly, Mark Oppenheimer, a contributing opinion writer for The Los Angeles Times
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