Top 5 Reasons It Sucks to Be an Engineering Student, from Wired, via Slashdot.
I think a lot of the same ideas -- poorly written textbooks, relatively non-inflated grades, etc. -- apply to mathematics education (at least in some places) as well. By the way, I'd argue not for grade inflation in math and science courses, but for grade deflation in the rest of the curriculum, because when it gets to the point where there are only, say, three grades that one can reasonably give (A, A-minus, or B-plus) that's just silly. (I even think it's silly for graduate classes; in some courses in my program everyone gets A's. Why even bother making the professor fill out the form with the grades on it? I'd support graduate classes not having grades, which from what I understand is the norm at some places.)
Thankfully, in five weeks I will be done taking classes (for credit) forever.