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I found this concept less meaningful with every year as more colleges convert from a learning model to a business model. Fewer WPAs, Department Chairs, Deans, Supervisors, and other college authorities support professors and their syllabi policies, especially when students refuse following them anyway.
I like how it used to be: If it’s in MY syllabus, YOU have to enforce it! That’s why my syllabi were always 20+ pages. No administrator should be able to remove me from my post at any rank unless I do something completely heinous (like sleep with or abuse students). Many meaningless meetings could have been avoided if they followed this line of thought: Is it in my Syllabus? Yes? Then why are we here?