U-Kansas Regents Pan Plan for Benefit to Adjunct Professors

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A Lawrence, Kansas legislator has a proposal to provide health insurance benefits to adjunct professors who teach a full academic load at state universities. Representative Tom Sloan, a Republican and chairman of the House Higher Education Committee, said the panel was “committed to providing appropriate benefits to all those who are employed by state-supported institutions, programs, departments.” He said he had talked with instructors who taught several courses but weren’t eligible for health benefits because they worked for more than one institution. Sloan’s proposal is being considered by an interim legislative committee, but received a shaky reception earlier this week […]
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