The Usefulness of AAUP Policy Statements

Ralph S. Brown, Matthew W. Finkin

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In this reply to Furniss' statement (see HE 509 669) on AAUP policy, members of AAUP's Committe A on Academic Freedom and Tenure offer personal comments on: the formation of AAUP policy; AAUP standard-setting and collective bargaining; adopting or disclaiming AAUP policies; and AAUP standards in the courts. (LBH)
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)30
JournalEducational Record
StatePublished - Jan 1 1978


  • Administrative Policy
  • Collective Bargaining
  • Court Litigation
  • Grievance Procedures
  • Higher Education
  • Personnel Policy
  • Policy Formation
  • Professional Associations
  • Standards
  • Teacher Administrator Relationship


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