Planning for Higher Education Journal

Not in Tandem.

The Need for Faculty/Administration Coordination in University Management
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From Volume 4 Number 6 | December 1975
By Seymour J. Mandelbaum

Public, coordinated faculty participation in the planning process can ensure that administrators allocating funds will be informed and guided by the wisdom of the faculty in areas of curriculum, instructional design, and performance measurement. A challenge to both administration and faculty, cooperation between them can result in stronger, more flexible academic programs and in budget decisions attentive to specific departmental objectives. This article has been adapted from the author's remarks at the SCUP Academic Planning Workshop, held in April 1975 in Boston.

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