Regents approve resolution to track faculty teaching loads

The UW System Board of Regents today signed off on resolutions to track faculty teaching loads and establish outcome-based funding metrics.
Both passed over criticism from Dem guv candidate and state schools Superintendent Tony Evers, who was the only regent to vote against the proposals in a voice vote this afternoon.
The current state budget directed the regents to develop policies surrounding both.
On the faculty workload front, schools are required to monitor teaching workloads, including: requiring individual members to report the number of hours they spent teaching; establishing policies...

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