Legal Regulation on the Evaluation of Teachers’ Professional Titles in Public Universities

Xueqing RUI

Abstract


With the frequent disputes over the evaluation of teachers’ professional title in public universities,the standardized operation of the teachers’ professional title evaluation in public universities has become a new problem faced by public universities and the government.Public universities should focus on improving the self-regulation mechanism for the teachers’ professional title evaluation.The government should take guidance and cooperation as the principles and replace the traditional approval model with flexible supervision.Judicial review should intervene in the teachers’ professional title evaluation in public universities to protect the rights and interests of teachers, but the academic autonomy of universities should be respected.

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Professional title evaluation; Self-regulation; Government regulation; Judicial review

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