Recent Research and Publications
Zitko, P. A. (2019). The Passive Majority: A Qualitative Inquiry of Adjunct Community College Faculty [Doctoral dissertation, American College of Education]. International Journal of Dissertation Research.
A phenomenological examination of adjunct community college faculty in Northern California. Findings of this study help develop a better understanding of the lived experience of adjunct community college faculty in Northern California. Complete study.
Zitko, P. A., & Schultz, K. (2020). The adjunct model as an equity crisis in higher education: A qualitative inquiry into the lived experience of "part-time" community college faculty in Northern California. Education Leadership Review of Doctoral Research, 8(Fall 2020), 1-19.
A qualitative examination of the lived workplace experiences of adjunct community college faculty. A scholarly paper.
Zitko, P. A. (2021). Redesigning correctional education to meet 21st century learning modalities. Academia Letters, Article 691.
A short article expressing the efficacy of reshaping education in American prisons.
Barriers to Correctional Education in the Age of Digitalization: The Efficacy of 21st Century Competencies in Prison Education
Chapter for forthcoming book, Barriers for Teaching 21st-Century Competencies and the Impact of Digitalization, to be published Summer 2021. Visit IGI Global for more information.