Good For The Unions, Bad For The Consumer

This inevitable tradeoff appears again in UC online class offerings:

Lecturers make up nearly half the undergraduate teaching corps. They fear — with good reason — that the classes they teach are the most likely to be moved online. Their union, an affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers, has negotiated a deal with UC that requires union approval for new online courses or programs that threaten lecturers’ jobs.  “We feel that we could stop almost any online program through this contract,” union president Bob Samuels told Inside Higher Ed.

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