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U. of Wisconsin Academics Win Collective-Bargaining Rights

From the Chronicle:

More than 20,000 academic employees in the University of Wisconsin system have collective-bargaining rights now that the state's new budget has been signed into law. Those covered include tenured and tenure-track faculty members, part-time and full-time lecturers, and adjuncts, among others. The law, long sought by the Wisconsin chapter of the American Federation of Teachers, paves the way for the federation to begin organizing campaigns.

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