Changing postsecondary education must be a collective process

Globe & Mail, 09/08/12

The Ontario government recently released a discussion paper on postsecondary-education reform. Among the topics on the agenda: system transformation; a potential move in some programs to three-year degrees; greater use of “technology-enabled” learning; and a much simpler mechanism for transferring course credits between college and university.

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MindShare Musings

In an effort to be condense the MSL Report, we’re linking the Musings from the report to a blog post on our website in the ...