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With Colleges Shifting to Adjuncts, Teaching Quality May Suffer

By Dan E. Way ● James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal ● 06/22/2018


The number of part-time and nontenure faculty continues to rise on campus as university officials try to cut costs. So does their dissatisfaction over wages and benefits, which is stirring disruptive pushback.

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