Colorado Part-time Instructors Spotlight Pay & Benefit issues

Students at Metropolitan State College of Denver (Metro) may have noticed some of their professors wearing armbands or stickers when classes resumed August 22nd. A movement is under way to try to organize the more than 710 part-time instructors at Metro around issues of pay, lack of health benefits and other working conditions. The group is currently voting on what their slogan should be. Among the choices being considered: “Equal Pay for Equal Work” and “I may not be here next semester. Ask me why.” Adjunct, or part-time, instructors taught slightly more than half of Metro’s traditional classroom courses last […]
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