The Arbitration of Faculty Status Disputes in Higher Education

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Abstract

The differences between industrial assumptions and decision-making processes in institutions of higher education are outlined. The alternatives accommodating the grievance arbitration procedure to those processes are also surveyed along with tentative assessments of the awards made. Available from: Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. (LBH)
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)389-434
Number of pages46
JournalSouthwestern Law Journal
Volume30
StatePublished - Jan 1 1976

Keywords

  • Academic Freedom
  • Arbitration
  • College Faculty
  • Contracts
  • Decision Making
  • Grievance Procedures
  • Higher Education
  • Legal Problems
  • Teacher Discipline
  • Teacher Dismissal

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