Trustees of the State College of Florida said Friday that they do not have any plans to end the system of continuing contracts that acts as an equivalent of tenure, The Herald Tribune reported. Some trustees had called for a review of the system, expressing fears that it encourages mediocre work. But trustees said Friday that their study revealed that there are appropriate measures in place to deal with any faculty members on continuing contracts who do not perform well.
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