TITLE

CRITERIA FOR TENURE AND PROMOTION DECISIONS

AUTHOR(S)
Groves, David L.
PUB. DATE
December 1989
SOURCE
Education;Winter89, Vol. 110 Issue 2, p162
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Criteria for tenure and promotion decisions are at the center of most conflicts. Open discussions among probationary faculty, tenured faculty, and administrators are necessary as a first step to development of a plan to reduce animosity. This type of communication process will allow the exchange of perspectives so that fair procedures and guidelines can be established. Central to this operation is the application of sound assessment processes with reliability and validity being the essential measurement components.
ACCESSION #
4711384

 

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