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EVENT: Concordia Against Austerity 29 October 2015, 5-7 PM

Concordia Against Austerity has organized a series of talks and events followed by food and drinks in the evening.
Amongst them there is the panel discussion.

PROFESSORS AGAINST AUSTERITY

“Our teaching conditions are your learning conditions”

A PANEL DISCUSSION  FOLLOWED BY A SOCIAL EVENT

Come hear Concordia professors speak out against austerity, each from their own perspectives because their teaching conditions are your learning conditions.

Moderator: Erik Chevrier
Speakers: Beverly Best, Maria Peluso, Erin Manning, Charles Reiss
Thursday, October 29, 2015 l SCPA Basement, 2149 Mackay l 5-7PM”

Precarious College Teachers in Québec: Are We Merely Half-Teachers?

The term precarious teacher refers to any teacher whose position within an institution is not permanent; it includes Continuing Education teachers, AEC teachers, and non-permanent day teachers.

Below, you’ll find a chart which sheds light on some of the key differences (and startling similarities) between precarious and permanent teachers.

chart English

In PDF: perm_conted_comparison_en

 

Are you a precarious teacher? To join our province-wide network, send your name and your institutional e-mail address to info@cmppp.org

To access our e-mail campaign template for Continuing Education teachers, click here.