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Raluca Bejan | The push for de-colonial education is oftentimes a matter of political performativity. So is the "benevolent" act of the compassionate agent who "allows" the colonized to tell their colonizing story.
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Niranjana Iyer | "Educated" chronicles Westover's journey from harsh survivalist childhood to Cambridge PhD.
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Athabasca University President Neil Fassina. Image: David J. Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | When you think about the state of negotiations between Athabasca University and its Faculty Association, remember it is no longer in financial peril.
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Cory Collins | Students headed back to school in Newfoundland and Labrador this year will be the first to fully benefit from the province's new student aid provisions. Wouldn't that be nice for all of Canada?
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Nora Loreto | RESPs are saving schemes that are supposed to help pay for higher education. How effective is this Band-Aid solution?
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Resh Budhu | How do we RETHINK the role of education in these times; RESIST neoliberal incursion into teaching and learning; and RECLAIM our educational institutions as vital democratic centres?
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Errol Salamon | Yesterday, McGill TAs went on strike -- but this will not be enough to reverse the culture of consistently undervaluing grad students.
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Drew Wolfson Bell | Alternative education can solve the poor learning environments of research universities.
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Robin Vose | Fair Employment Week, celebrated every October, reminds us that all academic work must be fairly supported, validated and remunerated.
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Tiana Reid | Privatization of schools, high tuition rates, precarious labour, class warfare, massive debt. Does the public intellectual emerge as the hero over capitalism?
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Alexander Ervin, Howard Woodhouse | The recent firing of the President of the University of Saskatchewan accompanied by the resignation of its Provost is unprecedented but may represent larger problems with Canadian universities.
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Carolyn Sale | The firing of Dean Fairbairn for "insubordination" is the clearest evidence yet that something has gone terribly awry with how public universities are being conceived of and run in Canada in 2014.