Same Course, Different Ratings

Inside Higher Ed

A new study in PS: Political Science combines elements of prior research on gender bias in student evaluations of teaching, or SETs, and arrives at a serious conclusion: institutions using these evaluations in tenure, compensation and other personnel decisions may be engaging in gender discrimination. The study says students rate male instructors more highly than women, even when they’re teaching identical courses.

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