New Study Concludes Undergrads Learn Better When Taught By Non-Tenured Faculty

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by Celia Baker Over the past decade, higher education unions have funded studies that have, without exception, concluded that non-tenured faculty adversely impact student learning. In 2008, InsiderHigherEd.com posted a piece about these studies that reported: “A series of studies being released this week suggest that the current model for using adjuncts — with relatively […]
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