More part-timers choose the AFT as their union

Faculty teaching non-credit courses at both Citrus College and the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Colleges have chosen AFT as their union. Non-credit hourly part-time faculty at Citrus and continuing education part-time faculty at Grossmont-Cuyamaca had been paid significantly less than their colleagues teaching for-credit courses. Now they have union representation, are on salary schedules with opportunities for schedule advancement, and can accrue sick leave.

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