Post-Tenure Review

Post-tenure review is understood as a system of periodic, comprehensive evaluations of tenured faculty that goes beyond traditional forms of evaluation.  The system dates back to the early 1980s. While skeptical of the value of post-tenure review, the Association adopted in 1999 a policy, Post-Tenure Review: An AAUP Response, that offers practical recommendations for faculty at institutions where post-tenure is being considered or has been put into effect.

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