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Letter to the Editor: A Few Clarifications on an Otherwise Strong Op-ed

Letter to the Editor: A Few Clarifications on an Otherwise Strong Op-ed

The writer [Before Free Community College, Meet Basic Needs of Workers, Jan. 27, 2015 op-ed] concludes with an excellent suggestion: The General Assembly is key to any raise in salaries. However, some of the reasoning employed to reach that conclusion is misleading.  Yes, many adjunct faculty receive no benefits (health insurance mainly), but not only […]


Before Free Community College, Meet Basic Needs of Workers

Before Free Community College, Meet Basic Needs of Workers

by Randall Martoccia op-ed columnist As more details emerge of President Barack Obama’s plan to provide community-college students two years of free tuition, I hope attention can be given to those who would be teaching a large portion of these students: adjunct faculty. (Adjuncts, as I’ll be calling them, are faculty members who are hired […]


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