June 16, 2017

What does “in perpetuity” really mean?

In writing that language, we are trying to get departments to understand that the courses will be taught as RS, with the associated student learning outcomes, for the foreseeable future – that this is a permanent change to the course as a whole, not just a single section, under one professor, or for a specified length of time. You can also think of the language as meaning, “for the foreseeable future.”

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