Public Records Show Valencia College President Has Spent $10K/Month on “Union Avoidance” Lawyers to Fight Adjunct Organizing

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Orlando Weekly/McKenna Schueler Tony Anaya, an 84-year-old former adjunct professor at Valencia College, wasn’t planning to submit his letter of resignation to the college last September. After working in Valencia College’s Global Languages department for nearly two decades and helping design its Continuing Education International program, Anaya says the college failed to provide the technological accommodations he needed in the early days of the pandemic to continue teaching courses virtually. Namely, a functioning laptop. “The threats of losing my course load have caused me to feel so overwhelmed through all of this that I’ve had anxiety attacks and trouble eating […]
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