May 30, 2013 | By Peter Schmidt | Chronicle of Higher Education
Citing several instances of what it regards as breakdowns in shared governance, the American Association of University Professors is calling for colleges’ governing boards to take steps to hear directly from faculty members, without letting administrators filter such talks.
In a draft statement issued on Thursday, the AAUP calls for colleges to establish committees consisting solely of trustees and faculty members to meet regularly to discuss subjects of interest to both sides. The association also calls for faculty representatives to attend the business meetings of governing boards and have a seat on every standing committee of such boards, including the executive committee.
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