Class Time Should Be Sacred

by P.D. Lesko IN THE MARCH 28, 2003 issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education, I read a piece about a part-time faculty member at Citrus College who had been put on administrative leave after, “students said that she had offered them extra credit for writing and sending letters to President Bush that opposed going to war with Iraq.” In addition, students alleged that the instructor also offered extra credit to those who wrote letters to a state senator “about how important adjunct faculty members are to our education.” According to the piece in The Chronicle, students alleged that the […]
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