Our economics lecturer is seriously slacking off. We are becoming frustrated with error-ridden slides, postponed lectures and cancelled assignments. When challenged, he explained to us that his level of remuneration from the school acted as a cap upon his input to our course.
Our real dilemma, however, is that as he decreases the workload for his course, we are indirectly benefiting in terms of additional time available for other subjects. Should we play along or blow the whistle to the school?
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