Teaching in Hungary Revitalizes One Adjunct’s Love For the Classroom

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by Anthony Akers In the Fall of last year, I submitted my last will and testament of my teaching career to the readers of this publication, and my argument was simple: “Working as an adjunct is hell; we all know this; we can’t do much about it, so if you hope for enlightenment and freedom and a salary to support it…quit the classroom.” I followed my own advice. Soon after I left my college teaching job, I had withdrawal. It is said that one can become addicted to anything he or she enjoys. I grudgingly applied for a few administrative […]
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