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This presentation explores ethical dilemmas for graduate school educators in programs that prepare M.A. students to teach English in community colleges. Such graduate programs attract students and produce strong, enthusiastic teachers, and university administrators value the programs because they draw tuition; however, the job prospects for graduates of the programs are less than rosy. This paper uses personal narratives, statistics, and anecdotal observations over a twelve-year period todoi:10.17613/m6x27v fatcat:74s4dwafmvh5hkjex4rdpdact4