Aug 09, 2015

Universities that rely on adjunct professors pursue profit over academic integrity | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Many observers would agree that a lot of universities today no longer champion liberal education but are little more than academic corporations that bequeath to their graduates a degree in debt. Such debts often reach six figures and require a lifetime to remit while the lenders receive millions in interest and enrich themselves. It’s been said that we often accept what we choose to get used to...

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