• How can California improve the working conditions of community college adjuncts?

    Panel says worsening circumstances call for novel solutions By Michael Burke of EdSource.org (Article republished with permission of EdSource) The second class status of part-time faculty at California’s community colleges is a decades-long problem that demands […]

  • Equal Pay for Equal Work

    by Eric Kaljumägi, CCA President CCA/CTA Co-sponsored Legislation AB 1752 (Santiago) For too long, Long Beach City College (LBCC) and other community colleges throughout the state have unfairly and unlawfully exploited part-time faculty. This exploitation […]

  • Raising the Cap on Part-time Faculty Employment

    By Sandy Baringer Assemblyman Jose Medina (D-Riverside) has introduced a third bill, AB1856, to raise the cap on part-time faculty employment in the community colleges from 67% to 85%.  The first attempt, AB897, passed the […]

  • Chair’s Report (2022)

    By John Martin, Chair of CPFA Last year, community college part-time faculty activists and their allies were outraged when the Assembly’s Appropriations Committee killed AB-1269 and then again when Governor Newsome vetoed AB-375. These two […]

  • News from SDAFA

    by Carlynne Allbee The San Diego Adjunct Faculty Association (SDAFA), mission is “Adjuncts Helping Adjuncts.” One tool is organizing professional development presentations to provide information that part-timers need to know to make the most of […]

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