Fighting the downsizing of education at the University of Vermont.

Monday, February 9, 2009

The truth about how downsizing faculty will upsize UVM's classes

Click on the table below to enlarge. Also note that the UVM administration appears to have counted as "small classes" credit hours that students take as independent study/readings and research, internship, honors, and clinical/field experience--obscuring the impact of the cancellation of 87 12- to 19-seat small classes. But even working with the administration's distorted data, the evidence is clear: If faculty layoffs proceed, small- and medium-size classes at UVM are declining while large and "supersize-me" classes are on the rise.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks go out to everyone who has worked so hard to keep more information out in the open.


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