Madison Area Technical College announced Thursday that a state judge had lifted an injunction on course assignments -- giving the college a win in a legal battle with its adjunct union. The adjuncts objected to a plan to give more courses to full-time faculty members -- a shift the college said was motivated by a desire to have more students taught by full-time faculty members, but that adjuncts said was unfair to them.
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