This week's question: A University of Georgia professor is allowing students to choose their own grades to reduce their stress and to walk out of any class if they don't like "the group dynamics." If the professor were to write a book outlining this educational philosophy, what could it be titled?

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THE WINNER: "I Don't Give an 'F'"
Don Onnen, Tolland, Conn.

SECOND PLACE: "School of No Knocks"
Elaine Henderson, Gettysburg, Pa.

THIRD PLACE: "A is for Appeasement"
Greg Campbell, WIlmington, Del.


"Bringing Up Babies"
Irene Reiner, Young Harris, Ga.

"Diary of a Wimpy Professor"
Colleen McEwen, Franklin, Mass.

"The Absent, Mindless Professor"
S. E. McFarland, Parker, Colo.

"No Midnight Strain in Georgia"
Heidi Adams, Oak Park, Ill.

"The Blackboard Bungle"
Allene A. Murphey, Haverford, Pa.

"Leisure Class"
John Fessler, Chino Hills, Calif.

"UGA Stands for U Get an A"
Robin Kurtz, Auburn, Ala.

"As You Like It"
Elizabeth Z. Gillespie, Dayton, Ohio

"Don't Study, Just Be Happy"
Denis Kronaizl, Vermillion, S.D.

"It's My Class and You Can Cry if You Want To"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Ind.

"The Three Rs: Rest, Relax, and Regress"
Phyllis Klein, New York City

"Spoil the Child, Spare Him the Plod"
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh

"Fear Not, Fail Not"
Doug Johnston, Eerie, Pa.

"Coddle College"
Jeff Black, New York City

"Teaching the (Don't Upset) Me Generation"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas

David Torrey, Mason, Mich.