Colleges are increasingly being judged on how many students graduate. But is tying funding to graduation rates the way to go? George […]READ MORE
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It is commonly understood that postsecondary education ought to focus on fostering curiosity, creativity, critical thinking, and vigorous debate, with the goal […]READ MORE
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As governments and administrators increasingly run universities like private corporations, academic support workers find their working conditions deteriorating and their jobs threatened. […]READ MORE
For decades, students’ unions have been raising concerns about skyrocketing tuition fees. Now, in an obscene twist, the Ford government is using […]READ MORE
Upon retiring, Professor Donald C. Cole took some time to consider his career at the University of Toronto. In doing so, he […]READ MORE
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