Oregon Auditors Slam Community College Exploitation of Adjuncts

The Secretary of State’s Office said the commission in charge of Oregon’s 17 community colleges needs to improve student achievement and access by Alex Baumhardt The commission tasked with overseeing Oregon’s 17 community colleges must do more to increase student performance, achievement and access, according to an audit by the Secretary of State’s Office.  In its report published Monday, auditors said the Higher Education Coordinating Commission, or HECC, had done a good job of helping to narrow equity gaps in enrollment and completion at state community colleges since the last audit in 2015.  But Oregon’s six-year graduation rates from community colleges continue […]
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