Postsecondary education

Administrative Pimping for Fame and Profit: Part 2 (1995)

Women's Education Des Femmes, Spring, Vol. 11, No. 3

This is an article about the University of Windsor's employment equity positive action plan and a perceived lack of public recognition concerning its success.

The article is presented in English and includes a summary written in French.

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2003-10-22

Academic Freedom and Diversity in Canadian Universities (1995)

Women's Education Des Femmes, Fall, Vol. 11, No. 4

This paper was presented at the Canadian Studies Conference on "The Canadian University in the Twenty-first Century” in 1994. The author discusses diversification among faculty, staff and student populations in universities in Canada and in other Western industrial states, as well as academic freedom, as it relates to rights of students, faculty and staff to challenge existing power relations.

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2003-10-22

An Overview of Women Students in the Postsecondary System in Canada (1982)

In spite of the advanced education levels of Canadian women, they still, on average, only earn 60% of what men earn and most of the 40% differential cannot be accounted for by differences in seniority, experience or qualifications. It can only be accounted for then, by systemic sex discrimination, which creates occupational segregation and pays women less for work that is of equal value to that done by men.

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2003-10-20

Teaching students who have disABILITIES (1995)

This guidebook sums up many of the instructional strategies and accommodations for students who have disabilities which are already being implemented by professors and instructors at Brock University. The university's Special Needs Unit and the Advisory Committee on Campus and Program Accessibility by the Disabled has compiled them as a reference so that the common body of information in this area can be shared and advanced.

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1997-10-26

Draft White Paper Released (1994)

The Draft White Paper outlines an Agenda For Change to Alberta's public adult learning system. It sets four goals for the future of adult learning in Alberta: to foster individual responsibility in a learner-centered system, to ensure responsiveness and accountability to learners and taxpayers, to enable Albertans to participate in a changing economy and work force, and to promote access to affordable, quality learning opportunities.

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1994-01-01

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