• Why The 67% Cap Should be Raised

    WHY THE 67% CAP SHOULD BE RAISED REJOINDERS TO COMMON CLAIMS AGAINST AB 897 California is the only state in the country to have a state law preventing part-time faculty from teaching more than 67% […]

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    CPFA At 20 (Part II)

    By Robert Yoshioka, Ph.D. >> Click here to read Part I <<   Too often, full-timers, union bosses, and administrators see part-time faculty as disposable, replaceable cogs in their educational juggernaut, and we are told repeatedly […]

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    67% Survey

    Hover your mouse over a chart to pause the slideshow. Should the 67% part-time teaching load limit be increased? Part-time or adjunct faculty in the California Community College system were originally limited to teaching 60% […]

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    CPFA At 20

    By Robert Yoshioka, Ph.D. Originally published in the CPFA Journal, Spring 2018 edition.  Read more>>   1998 will go down as a pivotal year in the history of part time faculty working in the California Community […]

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    Where Does the Money Go?: Transparent California Data Analysis

    By David Milroy and members of the San Diego Adjunct Faculty Association (SDAFA) Originally published in the CPFA Journal, Spring 2018 edition. Read more>> As a part-time or adjunct instructor, have you ever wondered how […]

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    AGAINST TENURISM by Keith Hoeller

    AGAINST TENURISM appeared as a feature article in the CPFA Journal, Fall 2017 edition. Access the full journal online here. In my book Equality for Contingent Faculty: Overcoming the Two-Tier System (Vanderbilt University Press, 2014) (Read more […]

  • Betting on the CPFA

    Betting on the CPFA: A Pragmatic Solution to the “Perilous World of the Adjunct Professor” By John Martin, Chair California Part-time Faculty Association Presented May 5, 2017 PAL Conference   In a December 2013 edition […]

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