Generation Z’s Quiet Privilege of ‘Quiet Quitting’

Editor’s Note: In this Future View, students discuss “quietly quitting smoking”. Next week we will be asking: “The news reports that New York University fired a longtime professor because students complained that his organic chemistry was too difficult and that his grades were too low. Are the students correct that the old rigor of such courses should be relaxed? Is this a problem with antiquated teaching methods that don’t put students’ interests first, or is it a problem for students today? “ Students should click here to submit comments of less than 250 words by October 11. The best answers will be published that night. Click here to submit a video to our Future View Snapchat recital.

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Edmund DeMarche

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