Old School Tactics At The New School

by Melissa Doak Decent minimum salary levels. Fair rules governing the assignment of courses. Clear evaluation and observation policies. Compensation for office hours, academic advising, and committee work. Affordable health insurance. An end to limits on the number of courses an adjunct can teach each semester. Sound like an impossible wish list? Part-time faculty at New School University in New York City are preparing to negotiate toward these goals, thanks to a hard-fought campaign to win recognition for their union, affiliated with the UAW. The stakes are high at the New School, where union officials estimate 95 percent of the […]
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