Why a “Failing” Student is an Adjunct’s Worst Nightmare

As we are aware, most colleges and universities are highly reliant (if not solely dependent) on the use of itinerant, part-time adjunct faculty to teach a large percentage of the classes offered. Adjunct faculty members are currently teaching approximately 70 percent of courses being taught, and this has proven to be a financially viable way for universities to exist.

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