Newsom rejects second effort to make more community college adjunct faculty eligible for health care
For the second consecutive year, Gov. Gavin Newsom has rejected a bill that would have made more community college part-time professors . . .
A recent letter sent to Assembly Member Holden expressing CPFA's strong endorsement of AB 1752, which would help to bring about pay parity for part-time faculty.
LOS ANGELES — In a news conference this morning, two Long Beach City College (LBCC) part-time faculty members announced they have filed a class-action lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against Long Beach Community College District (LBCCD) over failure to compensate them and hundreds of other adjunct faculty. . . .
By Carol Whaley A.B. 1269 (C. Garcia) seeks to create parity for part-time faculty of the California Community Colleges so that equal work results in equal pay. This bill is sponsored by CTA, the California […]
Whereas, existing California law (Assembly Bill 951, 2008) establishes that the contingent, part-time faculty workload is capped at 67 percent, amounting to no more than 10 units in the quarter system or 6 in the […]
PRESS RELEASE The California Part Time Faculty Association (CPFA) announces that it will be co-sponsoring the new “Part-time Faculty Teaching Load” bill, AB 897 along with the California Federation of Teachers (CFT). Introduced to state legislators […]
January 16, 2018 Assembly Member Jose Medina Capitol Office, Room 2141 Sacramento, CA 94249-0061 (916) 319-2061 RE: SUPPORT AB 310 (Medina) Dear Assembly Member Medina: As the Chair and Legislative Analyst for the California […]