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Academic tenure in North America Under the tenure systems adopted by many universities and colleges in the United States and Canada, some faculty positions have tenure and some do not. Typical systems such as the widely adopted " Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure" of the American Association of University Professors  allow only a limited period to establish a record of published research, ability to attract grant funding, academic visibilityteaching excellence, and administrative or community service.
They limit the number of years that any employee can remain employed as a non-tenured instructor or professor, compelling the institution to grant tenure to or terminate an individual, with significant advance notice, at the end of a specified time period. Some institutions require promotion to Associate Professor as a condition of tenure.
An institution may also offer other academic positions that are not time-limited, with titles such as Lecturer, Adjunct Professor, or Research Professor, but these positions do not carry the possibility of tenure and are said to not be "tenure track.
A permanent lecturer in UK universities usually holds an open-ended position that covers teaching, research, and administrative responsibilities. Research lecturers where they are permanent appointments are the equivalent in rank of lecturers and senior lecturers, but reflect a research-intensive orientation.
Research lecturers are common in fields such as medicine, engineering, and biological and physical sciences. On the other, there is a much bigger group of "junior staff" on fixed-term contracts, research grants, fellowships, and part-time jobs.
This means that, compared to other countries, academics in Germany obtain tenure at a relatively late age, as on average one becomes an Academic Assistant at the age of Due to a university system that guarantees universities relative academic freedom, the position of professor in Germany is stronger and more independent than, for instance, in France.
Arguments against[ edit ] Some have argued that modern tenure systems diminish academic freedom, forcing those seeking tenured positions to profess conformance to the level of mediocrity as those awarding the tenured professorships.
For example, according to physicist Lee Smolin" Once a professor is awarded tenure, he or she may begin putting reduced effort into their job, knowing that their removal is difficult or expensive to the institution.1 Suggestive Strategies for Achieving Teacher Effectiveness Dr.
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Teacher tenure is a policy that restricts the ability to fire teachers, requiring a "just cause" rationale for firing.
The individual states each have established their own tenure systems. Tenure provides teachers with protections by making it difficult to fire teachers who earn tenure.