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“The PATs are non-tenured teachers in their first, second, or third year of teaching for CPS.”
“The same administrators have three years to get rid of poorly performing, non-tenured teachers.”
“•Not just a coach: Virginia considers its assistants non-tenured lecturers in the department of athletics, according to letters of appointment sent to each coach.”
“The RPI administration also terminated the faculty Senate last year after the Senate voted to give voting rights to full-time non-tenured faculty members, a position opposed by RPI's board.”
“In the Boston Public Schools, the situation is even worse: according to a 2010 study commissioned by the Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education, only 17% of non-tenured teachers had been evaluated at all in the last year; a quarter of all schools in the system did not turn in a single evaluation of any teacher over a two year period.”
“While the union contract regulating the lecturers in the UC system gives the non-tenured faculty the same academic freedom rights as the tenured faculty, lecturers often have to self-censor themselves because many of them rely on getting high student evaluations to keep their job; furthermore, most of these contingent faculty members around the country can be fired without just cause.”
“One area where Nelson has been a national leader is in the fight to secure better pay and job security for non-tenured faculty.”
“While the conversion of non-tenured positions to tenured positions might not cost that much more money, it would radically limit the budgetary flexibility of university administrators.”
“The rest are adjuncts, graduate students and "visiting professors," a euphemism for non-tenured faculty who can never obtain the security of tenure at their host institutions.”
“One of the results of this covert subsidization is that schools continue to reduce their instructional budgets by increasing the sizes of classes and augmenting the number of non-tenured faculty.”
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