The most recent report from the dissident faculty weblog Chicago State's expense-preference hustlers still hope to silence is a roundup of reaction from higher education's most visible observers.
Maybe faculty around the country are just expressing how sick and tired they are of phoney administrators and their "corporate models" of governance (forget the shared part).
The post's author expresses surprise that the American Association of University Professors and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education picked up the story.  The former organization retains some commitment to the concept of faculty being the right and proper stewards of the university.  The latter has been all over administrative excess -- more frequently used to squelch student expression -- for years.

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