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Listen to my blog entry here. Just a couple of hours after posting my blog piece that mentions selling Adjunct Advocate, over at the American Federation of Teachers Craig Smith had this to say. Well, kind of this to say. He offers my blog posting...

This has been a very busy Springtime for me. Anyone who lives in a northern climate can tell you that when the weather changes from snow, sleet and ice, to.

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Listen to my blog entry here. I have been called the adjunct Advocate on numerous occasions. It's the title of the publication, after all, and I publish the magazine. I suppose it would seem natural to assume I automatically side with adjunct faculty on most...

Listen to my blog entry here. I spent Sunday morning filing out my tax forms. I actually don't mind doing it. It's just that it takes so much time. We.

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I spend a lot of my time working on our webpage, several hours each week. It has been my goal over the course of the years to automate as much of the work as possible. That's why you can sign yourself up to receive the...

Part-Time Thoughts Dear Editor: Thanks for your interview with Dr. Dan Jacoby. His study on part-time teaching and graduation rates should be the source of a lot of consideration. Thanks.

First off, Happy New Year to all of our readers! I am looking forward to 2008 as a pivotal year in the life of the Adjunct Advocate and our AdjunctNation.com.

I want to talk a little bit about changes that have been made recently here at Adjunct Advocate. Of course, the most important change is that the Adjunct Advocate is no longer a print publication. If you are a print subscriber, please visit our Migration...
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