San Antonio College to Halt Use of Waivers That Sliced P/T Pay

No one teaches for the money, but even part-time professors have their limits. Administrators at San Antonio College have asked some adjuncts there to teach more than 12 hours, but to sign a waiver accepting pay for only 11 hours, forgoing their right to a higher pay rate and benefits that kick in at the 12-hour mark. “I do not think that it’s right,” said Donnie Meals, an adjunct instructor who has taught in SAC’s radio, television and film department for 25 years and who signed the waiver last month. “They respect me, I respect them, but I was just […]
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