AFT On Campus
Rogue accreditor ACCJC is finding itself on the receiving end of not one, but two, filings for preliminary injunctions to prevent the commission from closing down the City College of San Francisco. Both the California Federation of Teachers and the City of San Francisco have filed the motion to prevent ACCJC from revoking CCSF’s accreditation [...]
Important news, folks! Rep. George Miller has just announced an eForum on contingent faculty. This is a big opportunity to let policymakers know how contingency is affecting the lives of front-line academic workers and their students. Details are below. [Chris Goff] _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Press Office: 202-226-0853 Monday, November 19, 2013 Miller Announces eForum on Adjunct Faculty in [...]
A big shout-out to our state affiliate in Vermont, AFT-VT, in pushing an agenda that can make college more affordable and less of a debt burden for students in that state. Stay tuned, as this is just a sign of things to come as our affiliates fight to Reclaim the Promise of an affordable, high [...]
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United Academics of Oregon reach tentative agreement with significant gains in first
In Wisconsin academics and legislators try to find shared ground on shared governance
in diificult atmosphere.Â
Higher education groups, including AFT Higher Ed PPC chairÂ Sandra Schroeder, respond to Obama plan for college affordability.
2011 AFT Everyday Hero Travis Parker inspires others with his commitment to making a difference in the lives of young African-American men through the Alpha Academy.