Faculty versus Administration A Universal Problem

@inproceedings{Lewis2010FacultyVA,
  title={Faculty versus Administration A Universal Problem},
  author={Lionel S. Lewis and Philip G. Altbach},
  year={2010}
}
ith the premise of a modicum of faculty loyalty and W participation, colleges and universities can be likened to extended families. Indeed, the university is commonly described as being a “community of scholars.” Generally, faculty play a key role in governing their college or university, and make major decisions concerning the curriculum, the content of courses, degree requirements, and the like. In some countries, faculty elect top administrative officers, and in many places they have a… CONTINUE READING

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