Shared Governance: What Does It Mean in Our Rapidly Changing World of Higher Education?

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Although shared governance is widely recognized as a foundation of higher education, there remains a striking diversity of opinion regarding exactly what shared governance means and how it should be practiced at specific colleges and universities. In other words, has shared governance become merely a catchphrase that has radically different meanings for different people?

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