Colleges and universities are increasingly turning to part-time adjunct professors to teach classes. Often, those adjuncts make just a few thousand dollars per course and receive no benefits. And some who try to make a living as adjuncts say their hours are now being limited so schools don't have to pay federally-required health care costs. The case for adjuncts and their fight for better pay.
Maria Maisto, president, New Faculty Majority
Evan Chaloupka, adjunct professor, Lakeland CC
April Freely, adjunct professor, University of Akron.
Susan Albertine, vice president, Office of Diversity, Equity,and Student Success, American Association of Colleges and Universities