Teaching and the Bottom Line

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teachvsgrants.doc Someone sent me this Chronicle article from March 3, 2009 arguing that teaching is more important to the bottom line than is research, even at doctoral institutions, because research dollars can't compare to tuition dollars in terms of covering overall costs of operation. This gives all of us who work to enhance student learning--whether we work directly with students or with faculty who are teaching them--a new way of looking at our contribution to the fiscal health of the institution.

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