Let us then continue to model more moral equitable arrangements for all of those who educate our students.
If we are to realize fully IC’s vision of a “student-centered learning community,” we must ensure that all instructors are compensated equitably.
We call on the administration to ensure that adjunct faculty per-credit pay for teaching is equitably based on that of full-time contingent faculty.
We are disheartened and frustrated at the adversarial tone, misleading allegations, and willingness to disrupt the learning environment for our students.
“We’ve had dialogue about the issues,” Burroughs said. “They’re either stalling or not doing their work, and we’re not going to tolerate that.”
After nearly a year of negotiations, the Ithaca College part-time faculty union and the administration are still negotiating the most complex contract elements: benefits, wages and job security. Each side feels differently about the progress that’s being made.