LAMMAM, MACINTYRE: Provincial governments have been spending more money to educate a smaller number of students
VAN PELT, LABRIE: Archaic regulations, union monopoly, lack of responsiveness to parental demands are just a few of the many handcuffs holding back Quebec’s public school systems
Quebec academics urged to apologise to Quebecers for frightening the public without justification
The real issue at the heart of the tuition fee hike debate in Quebec was the corporatization of higher education.
While feeling justified in their battle for lower tuition rates, the students’ victory will be short lived at best, and Pyrrhic at worse.
Quebec needs a new ‘Quebec model’ and it’s to its highly educated youth that it should look
The problem is, Quebec’s student unions have not set any goal. Theirs is a moving target that no governmen will be able to hit.
A generational schism is opening up in Quebec, which will dominate its political discourse for decades to come.