Basic Needs Insecurity in the Higher Education Instructional Workforce
From the Hope Center website: "Researchers at the Hope Center for College, Community and Justice released a new report summarizing the results of a pilot survey examining basic needs insecurity among instructors at five colleges and universities in fall 2019. The results show that 38 percent of nearly 550 respondents were experiencing food or housing insecurity before the current pandemic struck.
The pilot survey included instructional staff from five institutions that also participated in the fall 2019 #RealCollege Student Survey, as the report compares basic needs insecurity among students and educators at the same location. The five institutions are: Compton College (California), Dabney S. Lancaster Community College (Virginia), Massasoit Community College (Massachusetts), Metropolitan State University of Denver (Colorado), and North Lake College (Texas)."