Colorado House Education Committee Kills Adjunct Faculty Protections

The Colorado state House Education Committee killed a bill in February that would have given adjunct faculty some job security at institutions of higher education. Representative Randy Fischer, who sponsored the bill, said he was disappointed the committee indefinitely postponed the bill but said the 7 – 6 vote was not unexpected. He said the issue of adjunct job security is one that needs to be addressed, but he doesn’t know what the solution is because the makeup of the majority-Republican state House would have to change in order for such a measure to have any chance of succeeding. “I […]
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