Report Highlights Importance of More Fully Engaging Part-Time Faculty at Community Colleges

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Despite the fact that, compared to full-time faculty, community college part-time faculty have less teaching experience, hold fewer advanced degrees, and are not on a tenure track, they are most often assigned to teach students who require more help, says a new University of Texas at Austin report. According to “Contingent Commitments: Bringing Part-Time Faculty Into Focus,” part-time community college faculty members teach more than half of all credit-earning students and three-quarters of the developmental education classes, yet they tend to be less experienced than full-time faculty members. The College of Education’s Center for Community College Student Engagement (CCCSE) produced the report drawing on […]
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