Commentary: Only the unimaginative advocate rigid writing rules

05/21/2004 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Political science professor Crispin Sartwell says the idea that computers could grade essays could have occurred only to people who themselves don't know how to read or write. He blames the educational establishment for teaching students a mindless, formulaic approach to prose.

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