Le 30 mars 2011, le ministre des Finances du Québec, Raymond Bachand, annonçait que les étudiants devraient payer davantage pour leurs études […]READ MORE
Check out Martin Robert’s support of the student strike. This article has been translated from the original French. Read the French version […]READ MORE
Read Jacob T. Levy’s take on this issue here. Political philosophers have taken in recent years to distinguishing between “ideal theory” and […]READ MORE
The remarkable—a word that can be read in many different ways—2012 student protests in Quebec have stirred memories of the activist campuses […]READ MORE
Read Daniel Weinstock’s take on this issue. At this writing, the student unions’ boycott of classes in Quebec has ended in success. […]READ MORE
A few days ago, I visited a high school in a poor urban area in Western Santiago and met with the junior […]READ MORE
In the spring of 2012 hundreds of thousands of Quebec students and their allies took to the streets to protest the government’s proposed tuition fee increase. Martin Robert makes the case against the tuition increase and proposes an alternative model in which tuition would be free in Quebec.READ MORE
What students do after leaving the academy can be impressive, surprising, and, as one department found out, useful for universities interested in improving the student experience.READ MORE
Since sexual harassment can be in the eye of the beholder, only evidence that meets civil standards of proof, argues a university complaints investigator, can fairly decide what happened.READ MORE
Increasing access to postsecondary education is a challenging problem with no easy solutions. But given Canada’s demographics and the rapidly changing nature of our economy, it’s a problem we cannot ignore. We can’t afford to be satisfied with current participation rates while key components of our population are ill-equipped to engage with the emerging social and economic realities of the twenty-first century.READ MORE
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