How we graded Duke’s “One-to-One” website

Grading Duke's One-to-One Website

As professors, we’re trained to look for inaccuracies and correct biased information when our students turn in assignments. Sometimes, we even have to evaluate what our colleagues publish. So when we saw the administration’s new “One-to-One” website, we felt compelled to do just that: review it and make sure it provides unbiased and accurate information.

For example, we know that when we form our union, your relationship with your direct supervisor, provost or dean, is up to you and them. Our contract will set a floor, not a ceiling. When the administration says otherwise—“each faculty member then represented by the union would no longer be able to deal directly with Duke”—they’re spreading misinformation.

Read our full slate of corrections here.

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