Saint Louis University announced Monday that administrators were no longer proposing a post-tenure review system that generated considerable faculty anger, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. The proposal would have required full reviews every six years in a way that left faculty leaders saying that their tenure would be worthless.
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