Topic: International issues and education

Are the Stars Aligned? Will Canada finally create an international education strategy?

By Roopa Desai Trilokekar & Glen A. Jones

In its 2011 budget, the Government of Canada announced an allocation of $10 million over a two year period for the development […]

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More on bad Ontario/California comparisons

By Graeme Stewart

Ken Snowdon has released a paper that echoes our criticisms about Ian Clark’s recent article advocating “California Style”differentiation in Ontario. OCUFA, our […]

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The perils of California Dreamin’ in higher education

By Graeme Stewart

Writing in the National Post, Ian Clark argues that emulating California’s higher education system will increase the productivity and efficiency of Ontario’s […]

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Not Another Brick in the Wall: Capitalism and Student Protests in Chile

By Andrés Bernasconi

A few days ago, I visited a high school in a poor urban area in Western Santiago and met with the junior […]

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The Globalization of Higher Education Media: Where Is It Headed?

By Karen MacGregor

In an era of globalization, we need to improve global reporting, argues University World News Editor Karen MacGregor. Will this require more collaboration between higher education and higher education media?

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Canadian-Chinese Educational Relationship : Looking Back, Around, and Beyond

By Qiang Zha

The year 2010 marks the 40th anniversary of the Canadian-Chinese diplomatic relations. I couldn’t help reflect on the Canadian-Chinese educational relationship, and found it evolving along an interesting and unique trajectory.

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Going Global? A Guide to the Twists and Turns of Global Mobility in Higher Education

By Meggan Madden

A review essay of Higher Education on the Move: New Developments in Global Mobility (IIE Books, 2009)

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The pathway college concept

By Nick Falvo

One more step towards corporatizing our universities

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Man upset with the stacks of paper work surrounding him

A time to teach: Reflections upon pedagogy in the life of a graduate student

By Kevin Carey

Does the dearth of pedagogical training and awareness and too-heavy overburdened workloads contribute to culture of “antipedagogy” on campus?

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