In Chicago, a Resolution Calling for Equal Pay for Adjunct Faculty Comes to the City Council Table

The 1,000-plus adjunct faculty members working in the City Colleges of Chicago are demanding a living wage, saying they currently earn about half the amount of full-time professors despite teaching up to 80% of a full-time load. Chicago aldermen introduced a resolution during a City Council meeting calling on the CCC administration to negotiate a fair collective bargaining agreement with its part-time staffers. “We hold the same degrees and teach the same students, yet we earn less than half the salary of a full-time professor who is just starting their career,” said Randy Miller, president of the City Colleges Contingent […]
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