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Children of college graduates more likely to attend post-secondary institutions: study

A new University of Saskatchewan report shows that money is not the most significant factor in the accessibility of post-secondary education. The Accessibility and Affordability Report says that children from low-income families, rural communities, aboriginals and people with disabilities are less likely to attend a post-secondary school. But it also states the importance parents’ backgrounds

Quebec students to strike March 22

After a day-long meeting Jan. 21 in Quebec City, the Fédération étudiante universitaire du Québec and the Fédération étudiante collégiale du Québec have reaffirmed the intention to strike on March 22 to protest rising university tuition fees in the province. But first, the individual members groups need to seek approval from their constituents.

Wikipedia increasingly used as a teaching tool in university classrooms

A handful of University of Alberta classes have introduced Wikipedia to their classrooms as a teaching resource this past semester, despite criticisms about the website’s credibility in educational institutions. The initiative to integrate Wikipedia into classes began in the United States with the Wikimedia Foundation’s Wikipedia Education Program, but has expanded globally to include classes in

New federal budget revealed

While its title was “Leading the Way on Jobs and Growth,” the Conservatives' March 4 federal budget offered little for students seeking such prosperity in the near future. Although some funding previously cut was restored, it still adresses students as an afterthought.

We need educational assistants

The Sask Party is proposing a cut of educational assistants by 75 per cent over the course of the next seven years. This position was created in an attempt to integrate children with special needs into the classroom setting while ensuring that both the special needs student and others in the class could be educated

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