Typical policies and practices for setting course schedules, determining departmental budgets, and allocating faculty lines rely on historical precedent and faculty specialization. This approach to decision making often creates mismatches between student course needs and instructor supply, hindering student progress to degree and potentially endangering an institution’s financial sustainability by causing more faculty and adjunct instructor spend to meet student demand.
This playbook details 14 best-practice strategies for responding to changes in the enrollment landscape.
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