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China may scrap lifelong tenure to academic titles
Latest Updated by 2006-03-15 17:09:02

The Beijing Daily Messenger on Monday reports the academic tenure system will soon be abolished, meaning academic titles such as professor will no longer be given lifelong protection.

According to the article, college and university teachers are now assessed annually and once an academic title is granted, it can be kept for life.

Some experts criticize the system however. They point out it serves to reduce the initiative in those who have already received titles.

Next year, some universities and colleges will start recruiting teachers based on need and pay them according to their actual performance.

Editor: Wing

By: Source:CRI web edition
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