Friday, April 17, 2015

Adjunct Professors Demand $15,000 per Course in National Protests

The Chronicle of Higher Education
April 16th, 2015

Adjunct instructors joined low-wage workers on Wednesday in a national protest to demand higher pay. The Fight for 15 campaign — in which fast-food, retail, and health-care employees demand a $15 minimum wage and adjuncts demand $15,000 per course — was organized by the Service Employees International Union, which represents many part-time instructors.

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