Fairness, funding and our collective future : a way forward for post-secondary education in Nova Scotia (eBook, 2011) [WorldCat.org]
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Fairness, funding and our collective future : a way forward for post-secondary education in Nova Scotia

Author: Kaley Kennedy; Christine Flynn Saulnier; James Sawler; Leanne MacMillan; Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Nova Scotia Office.
Publisher: Halifax, NS : Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives = Centre canadien de politiques alternatives, Nova Scotia Office, April 2011.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kaley Kennedy; Christine Flynn Saulnier; James Sawler; Leanne MacMillan; Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Nova Scotia Office.
OCLC Number: 742364313
Notes: Title from cover.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Executive summary. Post-secondary education is an asset ; Section 1: Significant social benefits justify additional public investment ; Section 2: Eroding a public good for private interest? Post-secondary education in the 21st century ; Section 3: Negotiating the future of affordable, accessible post-secondary education --
Post-secondary education: an asset to Nova Scotia --
The right kind of spill-over: Knowledge, productivity and an educated citizenry. To what degree? Post-secondary education benefits individuals ; Social benefits outweigh social costs ; Significant social benefits justify additional public investment --
Eroding a public good for private interest? Post-secondary education in the 21st century --
Negotiating the future of affordable, accessible post-secondary education. Consider the complex demand-price relationship ; Student financial assistance: from rebate to grant without debt-cap ; Lower tuition fees: a question of fairness and equity ; Finding efficiencies, guided by principles ; Strategies to increase enrolment --
Concluding remarks --
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Responsibility: Kaley Kennedy, Christine Saulnier, James Sawler, and Leanne MacMillan.
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