Universités canadiennes : personnel enseignant à temps partiel et mal rémunéré en croissance

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Kimberley Ellis Hale has been an instructor at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, for 16 years. This summer, while teaching an introductory course in sociology, she presented her students with a role-playing game to help them understand how precarious economic security is for millions of Canadian workers. In her scenario, students were told they had lost their jobs, their marriage had broken up, and they needed to find someplace to live.  And they had to figure out a way to live on just $1,000 a month. What those students didn’t know was the life they were being asked to imagine was not very different than the life of their instructor.

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