At Emerson, Part-Time Faculty Leads the Fight

Almost two years after part-time teachers at Emerson College voted to establish a labor union—the first of its kind at a private college in New England—they are still without a contract. The faculty members went public with their frustrations in March, handing out fliers in front of college buildings and inviting a panel of national labor experts to cast a critical eye on the way colleges treat their part-time teachers. ‘’People are keeping an eye on us, because we’re the first private college in the area that’s been able to do this,’’ said David Daniel, an adjunct professor of English […]
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