1 edition of Revisiting the issue of access to higher education in Canada found in the catalog.
Revisiting the issue of access to higher education in Canada
by Centre for Higher Education Research and Development, University of Manitoba in Winnipeg
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Lesley Andres ; series editor, Alexander D. Gregor.|
|Series||CHERD/CSSHE reader series -- no. 5|
|Contributions||Andres, Lesley., Gregor, Alexander D., Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education., University of Manitoba. Centre for Higher Education Research and Development.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
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Current Issue No 1 () Published May 4, ##fContents## Articles Book review of "Higher Education in the Digital Age" Anne C. Charles PDF View All Issues Language English Français (Canada) Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.
Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1V6. This issue examines the problem of school closure from several perspectives. Across the country school districts are searching for a better way to address the real, practical dilemma that dwindling enrolment, aging buildings and stretched budgets present.
In Canada, the constitutional responsibility for higher education rests with the provinces of decision to assign responsibility for universities to the local legislatures, cemented in the British North America Act,which was renamed the Constitution Act inwas contentious from its inception.
The Act states that "in and for each Province, the Legislature may exclusively. The global market for higher education has changed significantly and the competition for students force to apply developed and aggressive marketing approaches to attract students (Mazzarol and.
This book discusses liberal arts education and liberal arts colleges in the context of East Asia, specifically focusing on Japan, China and S. Korea where it has become an emerging issue in higher education in recent years.
It first explores the development, concepts and challenges of liberal arts education and liberal arts colleges in East Asia. Published online: 6 Jan See all volumes and issues.
Vol Vol Founded inThe Journal of Higher Education is the leading scholarly journal on the institution of higher education. Articles combine disciplinary methods with critical insight to investigate issues important to faculty, administrators, and program managers.
Rather, it argues that revisiting the issue of key skills in university curricula can enhance content learning by promoting experiential and active learning innovations. employability agenda but it might also be seen within the agenda of widening access to higher education, in helping students to develop the skills needed to be successful.
Changes in access to higher education in Canada for individuals born in the first half of this century are examined and compared for university and nonuniversity programs and for gender, language group, and socioeconomic background.
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Contrary to research from the s and 80s,Cited by: ABSTRACT This paper proposes a practical framework for key skills that can be used or adapted for use in any discipline at university level.
The paper begins by reviewing the arguments for and against integrating key skills into higher education. Although the skills agenda has been widely criticised on several fronts, this paper argues that key skills need not threaten the notion of a liberal Cited by: This book presents an overview of revisiting the assessment of language abilities.
It also showcases how the measurement of such constructs can result in negative or positive washback and how outcomes might be conducive to repercussions that decide on the future of many stakeholders.
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emerging issues in federal higher education law | 5 A All students include undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree students. B Eligibility depends on your financial need and availability of funds at your school; contact your school’s financial aid office about eligibility.
Yuliya Miakisheva, a long-standing instructor and contributor to program development at the York University English Language Institute (YUELI), co-authored a chapter in the newly released book ‘Inclusion through Access to Higher Education’ (editor: Marie-Agnès Détourbe, INSA Toulouse/LACES (University of Bordeaux), France).
The book addresses a wide range of topics. (Wealthier students also receive an education of lesser quality as a result of the party culture, but can compensate post-graduation in ways that aren't available to others, the book says.) The work Hamilton discussed here looked at the parents of the students she tracked in Paying for the Party.
Revisiting Genetic Discrimination Issues in Policy Options for Canada Policy Brief No. 2 II. The Issue Genetic discrimination has received most attention in the employ-ment and insurance sectors, in part as a result of the US debate where insurance and employment have been intrinsically linked.
enhancing social access to higher education is still important in the country like India. But, the major challenge before the Indian higher education system is to bring equity and quality in higher education. Source: FICCI, Figure 2. Number of Universities and Colleges in India. The higher education system in India has grownAuthor: Anjali Khirwadkar, Pinkal Chaudhari.Description Highlighting the need for a text that connects assessment to instruction, this robust text uses current research and standards-based assessment material grounded in field-based case studies with diversity : On-line Supplement.THE FUTURE OF HIGHER EDUCATION: A CANADIAN VIEW 5 to build the bridges needed to make this shift.
A related challenge is the quality assurance regimes operating in some parts of Canada make innovation and radical change difficult, as their focus is on equivalence and peer supported change. Breakthrough program design and.