SOURCE: Washington Post
Is a College Progressive if Instructors Make Poverty Wages?
At the New School (as well as at image-minded companies like Starbucks) an educated workforce and a progressive clientele increasingly expects management's treatment of workers to match its stated values, writes Post columnist Helaine Olen.
SOURCE: New York Times
New School's Adjuncts Demand Better Pay in Increasingly Acrimonious Strike
The institution's historical left-leaning roots are coming into conflict with the New School administration's efforts to shift teaching labor to temporary, adjunct and contingent faculty and intransigence in bargaining with their union.
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