Quiz 1 - Question12outof2points

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Question 1  2 out of 2 points      Tests can become a kind of automated supervision tool, an impersonal way of  determining what happens in each classroom. Direct observation by teachers probably  would be more beneficial. To date schools have been unwilling to invest in such a labor- intensive approach. As a result, students often do the adults' work. (Cleveland Plain  Dealer)    Selected Answer:    As a result, students often do the adults' work.   Correct Answer:    As a result, students often do the adults' work.        Question 2  2 out of 2 points      The distinctive characteristic of the Enron fiasco is that the wrongdoers have not paid  any consequences. The executives who cooked up Enron's crooked schemes made  hundreds of millions of dollars while their employees have borne the brunt. The broader  victim is the public's trust that ordinary people won't be victimized by insider dealings?a  trust upon which capitalism depends. Bush has failed to recognize this larger issue. As  such, Enron's collapse is a scandal not because it impugns Bush's character but rather 
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Quiz 1 - Question12outof2points

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