July Higher Ed Labor Summit Vision Platform Claims Adjuncts “Present A Threat” to Student Retention and Success

by P.D. Lesko For two days in early July, around 300 representatives from 75 higher education labor groups came together virtually to hammer out a Vision Plan that addresses challenges that face “the U.S. Higher Education System.” The Vision Plan states that the goal of the group’s work is “building a movement that transforms higher education.” The Vision Platform is unsigned, but according to a summit participant, “the 300+ academic workers in attendance–including student workers, postdocs, staff, and adjunct, contingent, and tenure faculty–joined together to create a bold, unified vision for higher education that prioritizes people and the common good […]
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