Both houses of the Colorado Legislature have now passed -- and the governor is expected to sign -- legislation permitting public colleges to offer binding multiyear contracts to those off the tenure track. To date, all adjunct employment has been strictly "at will." Supporters of the bill said that it would provide some job security for those doing much of the college teaching in the state.
- Reversals in Wisconsin
- How Fast Is Fast Enough?
- Florida Bill Targets Community College Tenure
- Schwarzenegger Vetoes DREAM Bill for Immigrant Students
- California Considers a Cap on Spending
- The Endgame Approaches
- Students, Guns and Politics
- Lousiana lawmakers wanted more authority over the state higher ed chief, now they may give it back
Search for Jobs