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Should students be involved in hiring school faculty?

  • Students has a human rights too you know.

    They should be involved in the hiring of their teachers because you cant tell anyone from the outside so what if he is a bad person who is just playing a good role and when they are in a classroom they releases their bad side. So it is right for the students to be involved in the hiring of their teachers.

  • Students has a human rights too you know.

    They should be involved in the hiring of their teachers because you cant tell anyone from the outside so what if he is a bad person who is just playing a good role and when they are in a classroom they releases their bad side. So it is right for the students to be involved in the hiring of their teachers.

  • Yes, students should be involved in the hiring process.

    Students are, essentially, the ones that will be the most affected by a poor teacher. Aside from being interactive and "fun", which has been proven to aid in student's learned knowledge levels, the students would be able to tell if a teach has the ability to teach well and get the subject matter across.

  • Yes students should be involved

    Although students do not have enough knowledge and experience in dealing with hiring of school faculties, they could play a positive and meaningful vote in this question. Students can tell the difference between a good and bad employees and therefore they should get a chance to vote in the involvement of hiring school faculty

  • Yes, at the university level.

    Students at the university level have usually chosen a school that will best help them in the career they are pursuing. When a position becomes open on the faculty, they each have an interest in which candidate will be hired, because every candidate will have to offer different backgrounds and special interest subjects. The hiring should reflect these interests so that students will have an opportunity of a fresh way of considering things.

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  • No they Should Not

    Students should have nothing to do with the hiring process of faculty members. Most students have never hired a person in their life, and therefore they are not qualified to hire. The only input a student should ever have is the evaluation of a teacher after they have taken their course.

  • Not in general, no.

    Students do not have the experience or expertise needed to hire quality teachers. My own child has a teacher this year who he loves, because he's funny. He is easily the least competent teacher I've ever met. Students will judge on personality alone, which is only one component that should be considered when hiring a teacher.


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