2 edition of response to the draft report of the Commission on Post-Secondary Education in Ontario. found in the catalog.
response to the draft report of the Commission on Post-Secondary Education in Ontario.
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Dept. of Adult Education.
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A Response to the Draft Report of the Commission on Post-Secondary Education in Ontario from the Department of Adult Education. Ontario Inst. for Studies in Education, Toronto. The recommendations of the Commission on Post-Secondary Education in Ontario, as contained in the Commission's draft report (see AC ), are examined by the Ontario.
The Draft Report of the Commission on Post-Secondary Education in Ontario has stimulated extensive debate within the universities of the province. The report was designed to provide a comprehensive overview of higher education in Ontario, and to provide recommendations for the improvement of higher education.
This. Several questions for educational policy response are raised in this critique of the draft report of the Commission on Post Secondary Education in Ontario, Canada. (JH) Descriptors: Educational Benefits, Educational Demand, Educational Economics, Educational Planning, Educational Policy, Educational Supply, Labor Force Development Author: John W.
Holland. The Draft Report of the Commission on Post-Secondary Education in Ontario is a valuable, tough, and radical document. In the face of all the complexi-ties of soaring costs, vastly increased public financial participation, and the public demands of any modern society, the Report's basic recommendations are stated simply and directly.
Views and recommendaticns of the Commission on Post-Secondary Education of Ontario, Canada, related to meeting the needs of post-secondary education in the province during the next two decades are presented in this draft of the. final report. The report.
discusses the aims and objectives of post-secondary education, the. Brief to the Commission on Post-Secondary Education. Walter Pitman, M.P.P. "Collective Otonabee": Response of the Senate of Trent University to the Draft Report of the Commission on Post Secondary Education in Ontario.
26 May Trent University Engineer's Office. The final Report of the Commission on Post-Secondary Education in Ontario was published in December, The Report, entitled The Learning Society, Nvas inevitably an anticlimax.
The general thrust of the Commission's thinking Pad become known through the Draft Report and had not changed in. The Draft Report of the Commission on Post-Secondary Education in Ontario is a disappointing document not only because of what it says but also because of what It fails to say.
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The Commission decided that the 64th session of the Commission will convene on 9 March, at a.m. (EST), for a procedural meeting. The meeting will include opening statements, followed by the adoption of the draft Political Declaration and action on any other draft resolutions.
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The Draft Final Report of the Committee was circulated widely on Octo A number of oral submissions were made at an open hearing on Octoand written responses were received up to November 4, Reaction to the Draft Final Report was predictably mixed.
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