We need a long-term plan for the post-secondary sector in Canada
It isn’t just COVID-19 that led us here. Changes in the federal social transfer in the 1990s shifted the ground beneath the sector’s feet.
Around we go: Government policy focuses on increasing students’ ability to pay tuition fees without addressing institutions’ funding shortfalls, so institutions increase tuition fees, so governments spend more to maintain students’ ability to pay, writes Julia M. Wright. Pexels photograph by Andrea Piacquadio