Author Archives: Dan Chambers

Adjunct Professors Organize, Demand Recognition

Being an adjunct instructor is hard work. Educators, regardless of where they fit in, work harder than most folks at their professions.Adjuncts instructors in today‚Äôs universities and colleges face extra hurdles that most educators would balk at. Built into the … Continue reading

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Enron the Symptom, Not the Disease

Has anyone in America not heard of the Enron scandal? For some reason it seems to have already received more media coverage than the savings and loan debacle of the 1980s, and the end is seemingly not yet in sight. … Continue reading

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