Canadian Bureau of International Education (CBIE) has a small section devoted to international job postings at member institutions, as well as international internship opportunities. Perhaps adjunct justice would be less costly and simpler to institute than to do whatever you’d need to do make higher education generally affordable for disadvantaged students nationwide (I don’t know what all you’d have to do, but it sounds complicated and expensive), and maybe adjuncts shouldn’t have to wait until that project is complete.
It may seem racist to read Macaulay with the current perspective, but you may try to understand him in his own contemporary context: If you do, this may sound very much like the education debates raging in many countries even today (for example, Britain) about what education is for and what kind of education should be delivered in schools.
Massachusetts has received the grant from CCSSO for the New Skills for Youth initiative after a rigorous review process, which included examination of the state’s plan to transform the process of designing and developing career preparedness education programs.
Required Qualifications: Earned doctorate in mathematics education or a related field before date of hire; Demonstrated record of scholarship relative to mathematics education or a related field; and Practical knowledge of or demonstrated record in K-12 mathematics teaching.
Also, the faculty member will be responsible for managing the overall daily operations of the Center, which includes working with College of Education leadership to devise innovating programing, advance research toward educational equity, and manage operations (including staff and budgeting).