A Study of Faculty Participation and Organization in Texas Junior Colleges Page: 3
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thought the faculty was.
2. All reference groups apparently believed the faculty should
have participated in decision-making more than it did but only to the
extent of the faculty's making recommendations to the administration.
3. Local faculty organizations either did not include adminis-
trators or were dissatisfied with the inclusion of administrators.
4. A majority of faculty members apparently believed that
administrators should be included in state and national faculty organiza-
5. All reference groups showed a strong preference for
limiting membership in faculty organizations to junior college members.
6. Texas Junior College Teachers Association and American
Association of Junior Colleges were the overwhelming choices of all
reference groups as the organizations to represent faculty on the state
and national levels respectively.
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