Friday, June 03, 2005

Data to support Babblemur's contentions

There are a growing number of jobs in higher education, however they are dominated by part-time, non-tenure track positions.

For most administrators, these are probably financial decisions--they love to be able to fire people at will--but as we have seen there are serious ideological consequences as well. There is no room for complain when your boss can simply not renew your contract. No due process, no appeal, no nothing. . . .

Inside Higher Ed :: The Tenure Track Shrinks

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