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By the numbers / Accommodation on Canada’s campuses

By the numbers / Accommodation on Canada’s campuses

In CAUT’s State of the Academic Profession Survey, we asked respondents to identify how their post-secondary institutions responded to their request for accommodation.

 too expensive or no money; money needed by respondent to document disability before employer makes accommodations; refusal of accommodations for “invisible” inequities.

Note that this data is not representative of academic staff across Canada but only of respondents.
Source: CAUT’s State of the Academic Profession Survey, 2023

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