It's end of term. If you're teaching faculty, it means you've gotten your student evals. We can't be the only ones trying to decide whether, how or how much to share our student evals, e.g., by posting them to the entire class.
Arguments in favor relate to openness and accountability, that it's helpful for students to know that we take their feedback seriously, that we listen to what they say and take it as important. We’re accountable, just as they are. It also gives them a check on their feelings: How did their experience compare with others and how much responsibility lies where?
Arguments opposed relate to confidentiality and privacy, that the surveys were intended to be anonymous and that some of the written comments might be more identifiable than intended if the student knew the comment would be shared, so that at most, only the aggregated numeric data should be shared. Also, if one instructor shares, that may create unwelcome pressure on their colleagues to share feedback they regard as private.
How are other faculties weighing these issues? Are you having this discussion? Is there anything close to a consensus or a best practice emerging? Has your institution given you guidance?