Temptation

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by P.D. Lesko THE QUESTION WAS thorny: How could California community college part-time and full-time faculty pay be equalized? The answer was an elegant and simple idea for equity: earmark $57 million dollars every year to be distributed to the state’s 73 community college districts. The district officials would then channel the money directly to the part-time faculty. The devil is in the details, however, and a slice of a $57 million dollar pie is hard to pass up. As Mae West drawls in the film “My Little Chickadee,” “I generally avoid temptation, unless I can’t resist it.” As it […]
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