By Larry LaForge
As she finished her morning coffee the barista handed her a form. “If you loved it . . .”
Before class the professor helped her. He casually mentioned the rate-your-professor website.
In class her phone buzzed. The dealership needed her positive feedback on yesterday’s oil change.
At lunch she received email from the dean informing students that enthusiastic responses on the assessment survey will enhance the value of their degree.
Later an urgent text reminded her to rate a classmate’s excellent contribution to their group project. The professor required it.
Arriving home, her roommate greeted her. “How was your day?”