In Uganda Faculty Association Backs Firing of Part-time Lecturers

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  Makerere University Academic Staff Association (MUASA) has backed the university’s new reforms, saying they will strengthen the quality of education and reduce wastage of resources. Speaking to AdjunctNation.com, MUASA Chairman Tanga Odoi, said laying off part-time lecturers, will allow the university to save more money to enhance salaries of full-time staff. “There are some part-time lecturers who really fail to perform just because they lecture in different universities. But we believe that when these reforms are implemented the money wasted on such individuals will help boost salaries of committed full-time staff,” he said. However, he was quick to point […]
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