The Chronicle of Higher Education
By Peter Schmidt
July 27, 2017
At least once a year, Frank Phillips College, in Borger, Tex., gets a letter inviting its administration to work with the American Association of University Professors to get off of the AAUP's censure list. Like many institutions that annually receive such letters, the small community college rebuffs the offer.
The routine has been the same since 1969. That's the year after the AAUP censured the college's administration after concluding that it had fired Aileene Ledford Gauntt, an instructor who had worked there for 10 years, without due process or severance pay.
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