South Carolina lawmakers propose ending tenure at state's public colleges - Jeremy Bauer-Wolf, HigherEd Dive

South Carolina lawmakers are proposing an end to tenure systems at the state's public colleges, a move faculty representatives say strikes against academic freedom. A group of 23 Republicans filed a bill for the upcoming legislative session that would prohibit public colleges from awarding tenure to those hired after Dec. 31, 2022. Instead, institutions would only be able offer employment contracts of up to five years.  The bill would not affect current tenured professors.

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