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“This means an end to the status quo at many universities, where faculty-student interaction is restricted largely to the mastery of a given academic discipline.”
“The long-term effect is that colleges begin to look more alike than different as they chase the same "input measures" valued by U.S. News: student selectivity, faculty-student ratio, average retention of freshmen, and financial measures, like financial resources per student, alumni-giving rate, and faculty salaries.”
“Michael Poliakoff of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni suggests another possible reform: having federally approved accrediting agencies stop measuring inputs, such as faculty-student ratio, and start conducting performance audits of outputs such as what a university spends on instruction versus administration, what its graduation rate is, how its graduates fare in employment, and so on.”
“Indeed, as co-directors of the Pearl Project, a faculty-student investigative reporting project at Georgetown University that has mostly included young women students, reporting on journalists targeted and killed in the line of duty, we were stunned by the news.”
“One aspiring scholar asked about teaching:'Teaching,' he was told, 'is like hitting a home run at the faculty-student softball picnic.”
“Much of the emphasis is on "input measures" such as student selectivity, faculty-student ratio, and retention of freshmen.”
“Like many state schools, MSU stints on its undergraduates, having a faculty-student ratio twice that of most private colleges — leading to mega-lectures, computerized examinations, and infrequent contact with senior faculty.”
“Other cuts have involved very basic things that have a direct impact on teaching and the quality of faculty-student interactions.”
“Among other things: Yes, the ABA allows a 20–1 faculty-student ratio, but also limits the hiring of adjuncts and limits how much any faculty member can be asked to teach.”
“In fact, the inequality built into the faculty-student relationship may cloak some biases, even as it renders others visible; a freshman may not recognize a skewed syllabus, for example.”
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