Is Teaching 12 Credits A Reason to Grouse? College Ups FT Faculty Course Loads to Save on Adjunct Pay

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Proposed work loads for full-time University of Toledo professors would force most to teach more and would likely increase sizes of many classes and reduce course offerings. The new teaching-load criteria, presented to deans and department heads by university administrators, are a response to impending financial deficits that only can be fixed by major structural changes, UT administrators said. The proposed rules inevitably would lead to more courses taught by full-time staff, reducing a need for part-time professors and cutting the number of low-enrollment courses offered by the university. It also likely would mean a decrease in unfunded research performed […]
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