We’ve been waiting and hoping for one of our California partner organizations to submit something for the Legislation page. Geoff Johnson’s AB1960 update and advocacy letter fills that gap splendidly.
(Thank you, Geoff ~ you’re hired as our California correspondent)
For those of you outside the state of California, a big adjunct issue playing itself out in the chambers of the California Legislature is the push for adjunct job security via AB 1690. The bill made it past the Senate Education Committee, and now awaits a more uncertain battle in the great legislative graveyard–the Senate Appropriations Committee, where its forerunner AB 1010, died last year. I choose to be optimistic. if it makes it out of appropriations, it is almost certain to get approved by the floor of the senate, then sit before Governor Jerry Brown. What will he do? No one is certain, but I’d like to think he’ll sign it,and I’m doing everything I can, along with so many others, to see he has that chance.
This the letter I wrote to the legislative aides of particular senators on the Ed. Committee. They are often the…
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