|Blog David J. Climenhaga | In the 2021 Alberta budget, the University of Alberta's grant has been slashed by 11 per cent, or $60.1 million. Also: another tiki-torch march; former MLA Janice Sarich remembered.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The university leadership likely concluded that lobbyist Elan MacDonald has the connections necessary to work with Premier Jason Kenney's United Conservative Party government.|
|Podcast Scott Neigh | Renae Watchman, Michael Truscello and Leah Hamilton talk about the work of the Mount Royal Anti-Racism Coalition.|
Nothing good is likely to come from the Alberta government's plan to 'transform' post-secondary educationDavid J. Climenhaga | Promises by highly ideological governments to enact ambitious change in institutions they have targeted as hotbeds of opposition should be viewed with some distrust.
|Blog Jeff Shantz | Growing movements against police brutality raise concerns over the self-serving relationships between criminal justice agencies and post-secondary institutions.|
|Columnists Duncan Cameron | In an incomprehensible attack on the foundations of an advanced society, the Kenney government has decided to slash funding to 21 post-secondary Alberta institutions.|
Canadian Federation of Students tells Doug Ford that post-secondary education isn't just about what goes on in the classroomVictoria Fenner | Hildah Otiena of the Ontario CFS talks about the Ontario government plans to let students opt out of fees for student activities, health plans and bus passes.
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Forcing Athabasca University administrators to reach a contract their faculty can live with would serve the public interest and government's political interest. What's not to like about that?|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Bill 19, the Act to Improve the Affordability and Accessibility of Post-Secondary Education, is no bad thing, taking reasonable steps to protect students within provincial jurisdiction.|
|News Michael Jones | The Ontario college strike has been controlled by the employer in a paternalistic way, which is exactly how they’d like to run the entire college system.|
|News Meagan Gillmore | More than 12,000 professors, instructors, counsellors and librarians took to the picket lines after OPSEU and the College Employer Council failed to reach agreement|
|Blog Alana Cattapan | Job-seeking academics have come to think that the elusive tenure-track position is worth any amount of sacrifice. And institutions are exploiting this desire to the hilt.|
- 1 of 12
- next ›