If you are just tuning in, look at some previous posts on the matter of misreporting, here, and here.
Ok, we’ve done Peterson’s and Collegeview, now let’s look at some Federal numbers. Again, this is just for one of the places where I work—Westchester Community College—but you should ask questions about your institution(s) as well. Maybe everybody but WCC is reporting more thoroughly?
Remember from previous posts that I think there are more than 1000 faculty at WCC, and that 85% or more are adjuncts-or “Part-time” in the reporting. So, look at WCC:
That’s from the National Center for Education Statistics, US Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences.
Therein, for 2009, we find that part-time faculty are listed at 311. Full-timers are said to be 167. That’s 478, no? Check my math. Now off you go to the WCC Facts and Figures-Faculty for 2009? 170. All full-time. No part-timers at all. Where are the missing faculty?Shouldn’t they all come out, like ghosts, for Campus Equity Week?