Higher ed priorities: First teacher and staff pay, then student access

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  • msl man Taylorsville, UT
    Oct. 3, 2015 5:18 a.m.

    Higher education college teachers who are in for profit colleges and training schools are not public employees and the don't get paid from the schools tax budget or state treasury.

    These professors are contracted the schools where they work and if they need more money then need to take their grievance to the college owners. The reason they are getting any raises is becuse the college that hired them is near collapse and about to go bankrupt by incompetent investment brokers telling professors lies about being public employees.

    It is written in state laws that colleges professors are contract employees with the schools and selling their knowledge for a price. But it seems like the professor have nothing to sell and the schools are so corrupt that education is not in the curriculum.

    Stop whining about being college professors, they seem to be worthless and merely tools to trick students into classes with no values. The professor are victims of education frauad with no experience or knowledge to pass on.