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- Ontario to link post-secondary funding to grads’ employment and earnings
Only a small proportion of funding has been linked to institutional performance in recent years - 1.4 per cent for universities and 1.2 per cent for c
- The student, the parent, the graduate: the people hit by Tories’ OSAP shakeup weigh in
The Star spokes to people across the province, some students, some soon-to-be graduates, and some parents about the government’s new changes to OSAP
- Alberta art school aims to offer students more opportunities with new university status
Alberta College of Art and Design is set to officially become the Alberta University of the Arts in February.
- StatCan study says men are paid more than women after graduation. Here’s how much more
Researchers with the federal agency tracked the incomes of new graduates using tax data and post-secondary enrollment records over five years.
- Skilled trades and apprenticeship system to be modernized, province says
One-to-one training ratios and the ‘orderly wind down’ of the Ontario College of Trades is on the way.
- NDP says Ontario government broke promise to fund 3 post-secondary campuses
The province announced the move Monday, saying it is not in a position to fund the campuses because of its $15 billion deficit.
- ‘It’s like an arrival’: 79-year-old graduates with degree from York University
Graduation is a huge accomplishment for students, but for 79-year-old Osra Lindo it's a chance to show the world it's never too late to stop learning.
- Sask. universities back in session with higher tuition
University is back in session. For students, that means it’s back to classes, seeing friends and growing debt for those with student loans.
- Province to study why post-secondary students aren’t finishing programs
The Ministry of Advanced Education is looking to survey post-secondary drops outs in an effort to better retain students.
- Canadian universities ‘flying blind’ into cannabis legalization
Universities across Canada are prepping for legalization on Oct. 17 by crafting policies that limit cannabis use on campus, but many institutions stil
- Results today on York U’s forced contract vote
Striking faculty, teaching assistants to hold rally, march after weekend polling on university’s offer
- Minister urges York University, union to try to reach deal on strike
Post-secondary Minister Mitzie Hunter says she has reached out to York, CUPE 3903 to encourage them to continue talking.
- 2 Alberta colleges granted permission to become universities
Red Deer College in central Alberta and Grande Prairie Regional College in northwestern Alberta have been granted permission to pursue becoming degree
- Premier Kathleen Wynne to tour Ontario colleges and universities
On a campus tour this week, Wynne will be touting the Liberal government’s tuition rebates, but she may also get an earful from college students ups
- Number of migrant caregivers becoming permanent residents plummets after federal changes
Just 555 caregivers received permanent status in the three years since Ottawa introduced new language and post-secondary education requirements.
- University of Guelph suspends prof for allegedly insulting student with severe anxiety
The professor allegedly referred to the student’s educational assistant as his “handler” who “needed to control” the student.
- Report on university campus sexual violence calls for culture change
The report calls on universities to develop sexual violence prevention plans, training to respond to disclosures of sexual assault and bystander educa
- College students missing crucial entrance exams, apprenticeships dates because of strike, critics say
Five-week long job action took its toll, opposition parties demand government help
- Ontario moves to allow Indigenous post-secondary institutes to independently grant degrees
The province’s nine Indigenous governed and operated post-secondary institutions currently offer degree, certificate and diploma programs in partner
- Striking faculty reject colleges’ contract offer
News of the vote result prompted Premier Kathleen Wynne to say she’ll immediately meet with both sides.