Month: May 2022

  • Debt Relief: An Overview

    Debt Relief: An Overview

    On August 24, 2022, President Joe Biden announced an effort to provide relief through debt cancellation to qualified borrowers. Since then, many questions have arisen. Here, we seek to address some of the most frequent questions: Debt Relief: An Overview How much student loan debt is eligible for cancellation? Federal student loans recipients are eligible […]

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  • CO Conference Co-President Caprice Lawless Wins Georgina A. Smith Award.

    CO Conference Co-President Caprice Lawless Wins Georgina A. Smith Award.

  • Collective Bargaining and the College Tuition Fallacy.

    Collective Bargaining and the College Tuition Fallacy.

    By Stephen Mumme and Caprice Lawless For better than a decade, faculty at Colorado’s public colleges and universities have sought to arrest the erosion of state investment in instructional capacity, best seen in the rapid growth of so-called adjunct, or nontenure-track faculty, over the past 25 years. Today, these adjunct faculty provide between 30 to […]

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  • Rally for Fair Salaries at CSU-Fort Collins.


  • “Billions in Reserves”


  • Lobby Day!


  • PECB 2022 Actions to Take.


  • Links to coverage, Public Employees Collective Bargaining Act of 2022.

    Updated March 26, 2022 Colorado Times Recorder, March 25, 2022: Community college educators in Colorado deserve equal labor rights (JoAnn McCarthy) Colorado Sun, March 21, 2022:  Higher education faculty in Colorado beg lawmakers to pass collective bargaining rights bill (Erica Breunlin) Colorado Politics, March 21, 2022: Adjunct faculty attend collective bargaining panel (Marianne Goodland) Colorado Politics, March 8, […]

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  • Lobby Day for Faculty Collective Bargaining.


  • The AAUP and the AFT.

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