Wow, I just got swept up into reading so many of the comments on this article. I don’t know if anyone else ever does this but it can be quite entertaining. People don’t even realize that their own biases are influencing their answers…or maybe they don’t care. Anyway, I never thought when I was a student that a professor or administrator would care to read these, especially if they were tenured. The questions were open ended and asked how I felt about certain things which rarely had to do with quality of instruction. Who is an undergraduate student to judge the quality of instruction? Can they qualify quality of instruction? Without discussing their biases about HS teachers its no wonder their thoughts continue in regards to race, gender, etc.