Final reminder: Please complete the AFT faculty survey on the new Covid MOU
Our AFT Negotiating Team is preparing to bargain a new MOU for Spring 2021. This is the final reminder to please fill out our anonymous faculty survey Read More »
Prop. 22 would allow Uber, Lyft, other gig corporations to gouge workers’ rightsby Marianne Kaletzky, AFT 1493 Executive Secretary
If you’ve opened your mail, turned on the TV, checked your texts, logged into social media, put in Read More »
Corporate attacks on Prop. 15 are tightening race; Volunteer for phone banks!
Proposition 15, which would reclaim an estimated $12 billion annually for California schools and communities by reassessing commercial and industrial property to current values, has slipped Read More »
One week left: Vote by Nov. 3!
Yes on 15 & 16; No on 22
If you haven’t voted yet, you have until next Tuesday, Nov. 3 to cast your ballot. As we learned in 2016, elections have Read More »
“Safe Space” meetings allow part-time faculty to share experiences and stories with other adjunctsby Annie Corbett, Cañada College and Skyline College, Psychology
On September 10 and October 14, Suji Venkataraman, Skyline College Education/Child Development part-time professor and Annie Read More »