Kagawa University Investigated for Employing 400 Part-time Lecturers on Service Contracts

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by Sahomi Nishimoto The education ministry has begun investigating Kagawa University in western Japan following the finding that it has left classes in the hands of about 400 part-time lecturers working under service contracts, university and other sources have disclosed. The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology has indicated that universities should directly employ lecturers — thereby enabling the institutions to control and supervise them — in order to educate students in a responsible manner, and is seeking a detailed explanation on the state of employment at the university. According to Kagawa University, it had around 400 part-time […]
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