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AAUP on Florida: Authoritarian control wilting higher education

AAUP has released a scathing report compiling interviews from current and former faculty members, students, alumni, trustees, and retired university leaders documenting what it believes is a network of institutions declining into authoritative control, intellectual and moral bankruptcy and unfettered faculty turnover.

Remuneration under inflation: Adjusted faculty salaries and benefits continue to plummet

From fall 2019-22, full-time faculties' inflation-adjusted salary declined by 7.5%, driven by a CPI-U hike rivaling rates 40 years ago.

Tenure takedown: What schools—and states—have recently turned against it?

With one state's Senate passing an end to tenure and one university coming under fire for blaming COVID on laying off at least 30 professors, here is the latest picture of the tenure chopping block.

Tenured faculty in steady decline while part-time and graduate workers rise, per report

Over the past three decades, the U.S. academic workforce is steadily relying more on part-time and full-time non-tenure track faculty, as well as graduate student workers with independent teaching responsibilities, according to report from AAUP.

AAUP on Florida College System: “We are appalled” by continued political interference

AAUP replied to Florida College System's decision to restrict race-related class curriculum with a statement that blasts FCS for being "hypocritical" and appalling.

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