• Update on AB 897: Raising the 67% Cap

    Despite sailing through the Senate subcommittee on higher ed unopposed and having broad bipartisan support in both chambers, AB 897 (Medina) did not survive the legislators’ decision in March to consider only those bills necessary […]

  • Federal Court Grants San Diego Community College District Immunity to Abuse Part-time Faculty with Impunity

    At a time when the United States’ Commander in Chief tacitly endorses racist groups, when he delights in name-calling against political opponents, blatantly lies in a public debate and television interviews, when political acrimony is […]

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    Resolution Against Overloads

    CPFA RESOLUTION AGAINST FULL-TIME FACULTY TEACHING OVERLOADS IN THE CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM Background: The California Part-time Faculty Association has long held that full-time faculty in the California Community College system should not be allowed […]

  • Chair’s Report

    The year 2020 has been a rollercoaster ride, not least of all for those of us who teach at one or more community colleges in California. Like most educators, we’ve had to modify or completely […]

  • The Impact of COVID-19 on Part-Time Faculty

    By David Milroy, Carol Whaley, and Alexis Moore The California Part-Time Faculty Association (CPFA) sent out a survey to part-time faculty all over the state and the responses are even more alarming than one might […]

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