Academic freedom, tenure, and student evaluations of faculty: A response to Haskell and his critics.
AbstractI comment on the strengths and limitations of Haskell's article and provide a critical review of his arguments about the negative impact of SEF on tenure and other administrative decisions. I object to the limited evidence supporting the claim that the use of student evaluations per se challenges academic freedom.
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Cisneros-Cohernour, E. J. . (2005). Academic freedom, tenure, and student evaluations of faculty: A response to Haskell and his critics. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 13, 32. https://doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v13n32.2005