Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Fear The UMKC Kangaroo Labor Crackdown

Activist prof cut back amid ongoing financial harsh times at the city college. Here's the newspaper lamenting students and taxpayers cutting their losses amid regional push back against lessons in social justice. Take a peek:

Longtime labor educator at UMKC is out; program's future is under review

Judy Ancel is out of her longtime job but she's not quitting. Ancel has been the director of the Worker Education & Labor Studies Program at the University of Missouri-Kansas City since 1988, but she lost her position this month.

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

UMKC cutting back on taxpayer dollars to fund studies to teach Democrat greedy union slobs to scam...

taxpayer dollars!

all ironic and shit. Wahh waaahhh

Anonymous said...

She was paid over 77,000 dollars a year?

What a scam.

Anonymous said...


in the past 30 years -college costs have risen 5X! (after adjustment for inflation)

give kids a break -cut out the many, many liberal Democrat identity bullshit programs like this --

Anonymous said...

Good riddance. Don't let the door hit you in the ass on your way out.

Anonymous said...

Just don't cut funding for tutors for the urban scholars. They don't have a chance otherwise.

JoCoPost said...

Guess she won't be now trying to be hired at the UMKC Theatre Dept--but I gotta say, she had one hell of a first act, at $77k per year for a job that appears to have been unnecessary.

Anonymous said...

Close the hole damn school down. Save tax payers 77000 dollars.

Anonymous said...

Heartland Labor Forum is the best program on KKFI. Good teachers get no respect anymore because standards have fallen to mythology of rich wealth creators . We're glad Professor Ancel was able to inspire as many as she did.

Anonymous said...

Good teachers do not get the respect nor salary they truly deserve. Standards are not there. Rather what they should be. Accreditation has not been achieved public or charter. Mythology of rich creators at hand for the greater good of course. A true inspiration in work and deed.