Ottawa needs to step up to PSE plate, too

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ocufa.on.ca – research-publications/ocufa-report -Data Check – Volume 5, Issue 40
November 23, 2011.

Last month, the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) released Public Education for the Public Good: A National Vision for Canada’s Post-Secondary Education System.

Some of its finding:

The CFS’s central recommendation is for the federal government to bring in a Post-Secondary Education Act modeled after the Canada Health Act. Under such legislation, the federal government would work cooperatively with the provinces; restore funding to 1992 levels; ensure that tuition fees are reduced to 1992 levels; and provide enough money to universities and colleges that they could undertake much needed capital repairs.

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