Students will be graded on the papers they write and their class participation.
Just as in his years as a full-time professor, Bernanke will speak from notes and will rely in part on PowerPoint slides. He will read some of the papers students submit.
But no, Bernanke won't be staying up late, determining which students deserve an "A."
"The one thing he was firm about was that he was not going to grade papers," Fort said.
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