By Bre Payton | Watchdog.org
Teachers don’t like taking risks.
That’s what several researchers from the University of Arkansas set out to evaluate in an experiment they conducted with 132 university students.
They found that students in a masters of teaching program avoided riskier choices at a significantly higher rate than law or graduate business students.
Their findings are outlined […]
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