Wrap-up motion would require UW to monitor teaching workloads, move up state employee raises

The UW System Board of Regents would have to develop a plan to monitor teaching workloads of faculty and instructional staff under the wrap-up motion JFC Republicans released late this afternoon.
The guv originally included the provision in his budget, but it was pulled as a non-fiscal item.
The provision would require the regents and UW-Madison chancellor to include aggregate data on teaching hours in accountability reports that are submitted to the guv and Legislature.
The 11-page motion included other provisions related to the UW System that tweaked previous committee action, including:

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