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Post-tenure faculty review and renewal II; reporting results and shaping policy.


Post-tenure faculty review and renewal II; reporting results and shaping policy.

Ed. by Christine M. Licata and Betsy E. Brown.

Anker Publishing Co., Inc


221 pages




This work is part of a three-volume set examining the renewed focus on post-tenure accountability. As vice presidents for academic affairs, Licata (Rochester Institute of Technology/National Technical Institute for the Deaf) and Brown (U. of North Carolina system) compile information on how data about post-tenure review are reported and linked to policy implementation. Appendices include methodological notes and university/college implementation reports and studies. Published in association with the American Association for Higher Education (AAHE). Not referenced or indexed.

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