Rather than a tool of social mobility, higher education now reinforces inequality.
The Conference Board of Canada has turned its attention to the debate around education and skills. What are the implications for graduate students and faculty?
This past week, Academic Matters was fortunate to attend the annual Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. As a magazine dedicated to higher education issues, we were particularly interested to attend the sessions of the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education (CSSHE), held between June 2nd and June 6th. The sessions were […]
There seems to be a recurring theme in discussions about post-secondary education policy – we talk a lot about big ideas (innovation, productivity, quality, the list goes on) but have a hard time getting consensus on what we actually mean by these terms. When it comes to the conversation about skills training and post-secondary education, […]