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Links of the Week • April 19, 2016

First Known DREAMer Deported Under President Trump
KQED News NPR
SAN DIEGO—A man has been sent to Mexico in what an advocacy group says is the first known deportation of someone who was part the DACA program to shield people who came to the U.S. as young children. The National Immigration Law Center sued the federal government Tuesday (April 18) in San Diego to obtain records on Juan Manuel Montes, who was detained by the Border Patrol in February in the border town of Calexico. “I was forced out because I was nervous and didn’t know what to do or say, but my home is there,” said 23-year-old Montes in a statement released by his lawyers. “I miss my job. I miss school. And I want to continue to work toward better opportunities. But most of all, I miss my family, and I have hope that I will be able to go back so I can be with them again.”

California state Assembly Judiciary and Higher Education committees approve four bills supported by the California Faculty Association
Daily Titan (CSU Fullerton)

Colleges turn ‘fake news’ epidemic into a teachable moment
Washington Post
Over the past few months, her college’s library faculty has revamped tools, such as its CRAAP test, a system of source and information evaluation developed by librarians at CSU Chico that stands for currency, relevancy, authority, accuracy and purpose.

The More Things Change
Inside Higher Ed
Compensation survey from AAUP says faculty salaries are up slightly year over year, but institutional budgets continue to be balanced “on the backs” of adjuncts and out-of-state students.

Where the Faculty Jobs Are
Inside Higher Ed
New data from CUPA-HR suggest fields doing the most hiring, but some question its optimistic findings about English. Study also looks at pay by demographics, and for chairs and adjuncts.

Behind the Problem of Student Homelessness
New York Times
Those findings build on a study released last year by California State University that estimated that 8 percent to 12 percent of its students were homeless.

CSU San Marcos students protest border agents’ presence at job fair
fox5sandiego.com

Adjunct faculty, who teach 75 percent of classes at SF Art Institute, win contract
San Francisco Examiner
After more than three years of organizing, adjunct faculty at the San Francisco Art Institute ratified their first contract March 30, giving them work stability, a raise and health benefits for the first time.

American U Grad Students Unionize
Inside Higher Ed
Graduate student workers at American University voted to form a union affiliated with Service Employees International Union, 212 to 40

Charter schools are expanding where they aren’t needed — especially in Los Angeles, new report says
Los Angeles Times

‘Job-killing’ Obamacare actually created 240,000 well-paying healthcare jobs
Los Angeles Times

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