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- Feb 2022
The inferior wages and absence of job security associated with adjuncts frequently imply colleges failing to benefit from first-rate candidates.
The fact that colleges charge no less for a course whether it is taught by an adjunct or tenured professor does not change the fact that they are paying the contingent faculty member significantly less to perform critical parts of the job of educating their student body. This seems gravely unfair.