Part of CPFA’s motivating vision is to complement, enhance and reinvigorate the work that is already being done in post-secondary faculty organizations, statewide and nationally, who share the CPFA mission, as well as to create new alliances with other faculty, academic, labor, or social organizations, statewide or nationally, who share CPFA’s goals. Our hope is that this collaborative approach will pick up momentum as CPFA continues to expand its online community, and ultimately build a louder, more powerful voice advocating for part-time faculty rights in higher education.
Do part-time faculty have rights? CPFA’s Executive Committee believes we do, and seeks to endorse a complete Bill of Rights for part-time faculty, an unprecedented declaration first proposed by Jack Longmate in Seattle, Washington.
CPFA has started a list of external links and resources important for building a coalition advocating for part-time faculty rights. Access the list here.