Quelles perspectives professionnelles pour les doctorants en éducation au Québec?
Abstract : This editorial wishes to share the concerns of the community of young researchers in education related to professional opportunities of doctoral students and postdoctoral studentsin education in Quebec. It turns out that the majority of doctoral students in the field of education wants a career of university professor while the number of available positions seems insufficient and leads some graduates to review dramatically their professional expectations. We therefore give a brief view of this situation and propose some possibilities of professional integration pointed out by some authors.
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