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The Stand is a new website from the Washington State Labor Council which includes legislative, local, and national news as well as opinions and other information of interest to working families in Washington.

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The Stand

 

The Stand is a new website from the Washington State Labor Council which includes legislative, local, and national news as well as opinions and other information of interest to working families in Washington.

Check out The Stand!


Inside Higher Ed | May 23, 2008 | 21 Years as an Adjunct and Out

Inside Higher Ed's Quick Takes

Margaret West has taught part-time for 21 years at Edmonds Community College, in Washington State, gaining good reviews and annual contract renewals. The FACE blog -- part of the Faculty and College Excellence Campaign to get more tenure-track faculty slots and improve the treatment of adjuncts - reported that West was told recently that her services would no longer be needed and that a dean, asked why, told her "because I can." (read more)


Inside Higher Ed | May 23, 2008 | 21 Years as an Adjunct and Out

Inside Higher Ed's Quick Takes

Margaret West has taught part-time for 21 years at Edmonds Community College, in Washington State, gaining good reviews and annual contract renewals. The FACE blog -- part of the Faculty and College Excellence Campaign to get more tenure-track faculty slots and improve the treatment of adjuncts - reported that West was told recently that her services would no longer be needed and that a dean, asked why, told her "because I can." (read more)


Inside Higher Ed | May 23, 2008 | 21 Years as an Adjunct and Out

Inside Higher Ed's Quick Takes

Margaret West has taught part-time for 21 years at Edmonds Community College, in Washington State, gaining good reviews and annual contract renewals. The FACE blog -- part of the Faculty and College Excellence Campaign to get more tenure-track faculty slots and improve the treatment of adjuncts - reported that West was told recently that her services would no longer be needed and that a dean, asked why, told her "because I can." (read more)


Inside Higher Ed | May 23, 2008 | 21 Years as an Adjunct and Out

Inside Higher Ed's Quick Takes

Margaret West has taught part-time for 21 years at Edmonds Community College, in Washington State, gaining good reviews and annual contract renewals. The FACE blog -- part of the Faculty and College Excellence Campaign to get more tenure-track faculty slots and improve the treatment of adjuncts - reported that West was told recently that her services would no longer be needed and that a dean, asked why, told her "because I can." (read more)


Inside Higher Ed | May 23, 2008 | 21 Years as an Adjunct and Out

Inside Higher Ed's Quick Takes

Margaret West has taught part-time for 21 years at Edmonds Community College, in Washington State, gaining good reviews and annual contract renewals. The FACE blog -- part of the Faculty and College Excellence Campaign to get more tenure-track faculty slots and improve the treatment of adjuncts - reported that West was told recently that her services would no longer be needed and that a dean, asked why, told her "because I can." (read more)


Inside Higher Ed | May 23, 2008 | 21 Years as an Adjunct and Out

Inside Higher Ed's Quick Takes

Margaret West has taught part-time for 21 years at Edmonds Community College, in Washington State, gaining good reviews and annual contract renewals. The FACE blog -- part of the Faculty and College Excellence Campaign to get more tenure-track faculty slots and improve the treatment of adjuncts - reported that West was told recently that her services would no longer be needed and that a dean, asked why, told her "because I can." (read more)


Inside Higher Ed | May 23, 2008 | 21 Years as an Adjunct and Out

Inside Higher Ed's Quick Takes

Margaret West has taught part-time for 21 years at Edmonds Community College, in Washington State, gaining good reviews and annual contract renewals. The FACE blog -- part of the Faculty and College Excellence Campaign to get more tenure-track faculty slots and improve the treatment of adjuncts - reported that West was told recently that her services would no longer be needed and that a dean, asked why, told her "because I can." (read more)


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