When a college student complained about a particular course, the

When a college student complained about a particular course, the vice president of the college asked the teacher to prepare a detailed report about the course. The teacher did and then demanded additional compensation for the time spent in preparing the report. He claimed that the college was liable to provide compensation on an implied contract. Was he correct? [Zadrozny v City Colleges of Chicago, 581 NE2d 44 (Ill App)]

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