Ontario is one of many jurisdictions around the world looking for ways to increase higher education attainment rates. In their article as guest commentators for the Higher Education Development Association’s blog, Creso Sá and Aisha Khaja cover several of the most pertinent issues currently facing higher education and public policy makers in Ontario such as the possible development of three new university campuses, the evolution of the province’s credit-transfer system, mission creep of established institutions and other concerns. Read the article here.
On Tuesday, February 7, the Higher Education Group at OISE held a seminar focusing on the Government of Ontario’s commitment to support three new undergraduate campuses in the province. A number of questions will be addressed such as: Are these campuses needed? What types of campuses should be created? What are the implications for the Ontario system?
As Program Coordinator of the Higher Education Program, Creso chaired the final session of the afternoon entitled: Options, Challenges and Possibilities: Moving Forward.
Time: Tuesday, February 7 – 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Location: OISE Library (Ground Floor), 252 Bloor St. W.