What is the role of the faculty in collaborative planning? The authors review the discussion of this question at SCUP's Academic Planning Workshop, held April 1975 in Boston. They note that studies supported by the Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education, the Kellogg Foundation, and a number of state and regional planning groups point out the need for collaboration between faculty and administrators that aims to integrate traditional faculty perogatives with other variables of institutional renovation. This article suggests areas of difficulty and guidelines for dealing with problems in the collaboration process at a time when institutions frequently encourage faculty participation in planning.
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